PRINCE William and Harry will walk behind the Queen’s coffin together tomorrow when Westminster goes.
The brothers will put on another “show of unity” as they mourn the late monarch, while their wives will follow Meghan and Kate in a car.
King Charles will lead the sad procession on foot from Buckingham Palace to the Palace of Westminster at 2.22pm.
He is joined by his three royal siblings, plus Peter Phillips, Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, Prince Richard and the Earl of Snowdon.
Meghan, Kate, Sophie Wessex and Queen Consort Camilla are all traveling by car, arriving at Westminster Hall at 3pm.
Harry, 37, and Wills, 40, will perform together again as they unite in their grief over the loss of their grandmother.
They were separated from cousin Peter Phillips while following Prince Philip’s entourage at his funeral 17 months ago at the height of their feud.
But the brothers have apparently reconnected and are expected to be side-by-side again at the Queen’s funeral on Monday.
Meghan and Harry joined the royal family at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday night to receive Her Majesty’s coffin.
The Princess Royal said it was “an honor and a privilege” to accompany the Queen on her final journey today.
The RAF C17 aircraft landed at RAF Northolt in north west London just before 7pm.
The Queen’s coffin was driven to the palace in a state hearse – escorted by Anne and Vice-Admiral Sir Tim – to rest in the Bow Room.
Harry and Wills’ reconciliation at the royal residence is another sign of hope for their troubled relationship.
The Prince of Wales spectacularly invited his brother and wife to join Kate to attend the flowers laid for the Queen outside Windsor Castle.
An insider exclusively told The Sun the couple can now “coexist” as their frosty relationship “isn’t as intense.”
They were last resurrected for the unveiling of Princess Diana’s statue at Kensington Palace last summer – but didn’t meet when the Sussexes returned for the platinum jubilee earlier this year.
Harry was dealt another blow after being told he couldn’t wear a military outfit while mourning the Queen.
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Instead, he will wear a morning suit at events honoring his grandmother, as only working royals can dress in uniform for ceremonial occasions.
The Duke of Sussex’s spokesman insisted his “decade of military service is not defined by the uniform he wears”.
Prince Andrew was also banned from wearing his uniform – although an exception was made for Wednesday.
As a “special mark of respect” for the Queen guarding her coffin, he was granted permission to change into military attire.
Her Majesty left Edinburgh on Tuesday after thousands of mourners paid their respects to Britain’s longest-reigning monarch at St Giles’ Cathedral.
Tomorrow the Queen will cruise along The Mall, Horse Guards Road, via Horse Guards Parade and into Whitehall.
The 38-minute journey then ends with a trip to Parliament Square and the Palace of Westminster.
Cannons will be fired in Hyde Park during the procession and Big Ben is expected to ring.
Brits can head to special ceremonial viewing areas along the route to pay their respects to Her Majesty.
Her coffin will be draped in the royal standard and crowned with the imperial crown, orb and scepter once in Westminster Hall.
The short service lasts around 20 minutes and will be led by the Archbishop of Canterbury accompanied by the Dean of Westminster.
After that, members of the royal family will depart by car.
At some point, the late Queen’s four children – King Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward – could be standing around the coffin.
The royal tradition, which dates back to 1936, is known as the Princes’ Vigil.
Then, at 5 p.m., the lying in state begins, while thousands have already come to the capital to say goodbye.
Queues can last up to 12 hours and stretch three miles while mourners pass through airport-style security and only small bags are allowed.
So that as many people as possible can pay their respects, the coffin will be visible 24 hours a day.
Whitehall chiefs, in charge of the logistics of the historic five-night vigil, originally estimated 40,000 people would show up each day.
But they now estimate the number could well exceed the 200,000 who paid their respects to the Queen Mother in 2002.
And they say it might be closer to the millions of mourners who passed by Pope John Paul II when he was in state in Rome in 2005.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/6215371/prince-william-harry-walk-behind-queens-coffin-together/ Prince William and Harry will walk behind the Queen’s coffin together tomorrow – with Meghan and Kate following in the car