Princes Harry and William will not walk side by side at Prince Philip’s funeral it has been revealed.
THE full details of Prince Philip’s funeral have now been announced, showing Princes William and Harry will not walk side by side.
According to the Mail Online, the Queen will travel in the funeral cortege in a state Bentley, while Princes Harry and William will be separated during a royal procession behind Prince Philip’s coffin.
The brothers’ cousin, Peter Philips, will walk between the pair during the procession at the funeral on Saturday at 3pm UK time.
After the coffin is taken into St George’s Chapel, where the funeral will take place, Prince William will move ahead of his brother as the royal family arrive in pairs.
The Queen will sit by herself in the quire of St George’s Chapel, it has been announced.
The news comes after Harry has not been back to the UK since stepping down as a senior royal last year.
It will also be the first time he has seen his family in person since his and Meghan’s bombshell interview with Oprah, in which they accused the royal family of racism.
Prince Philip died aged 99 on April 9 after 73 years married to the Queen.