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Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, along with Prince William and Princess Kate of Wales appeared together outside Windsor Castle on Saturday.
It was the first time the four had appeared together in public since March 2020, reports PA.
Both couples were dressed in black as they looked at flowers and messages left in front of the castle gates. They then spent more than 30 minutes shaking hands and meeting mourners.
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William and Harry can be seen walking next to each other at one point, a startling show of unity as they mourn the loss of their grandmother, after a public rift between the siblings.
The event is the first time that Prince William, who was nominated to fill his father’s role as Prince of Wales upon his accession to the throne, has met with the public following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
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The royal couples received flowers, shook hands and spoke to the audience after the accession ceremony of King Charles III, William’s father and Harry.
William released his first public statement about his grandmother’s death on Saturday and reflected on the time he had to spend with the queen.
“On Thursday, the world lost an extraordinary leader,” he said. “I, on the other hand, have lost a grandmother.
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“While I will grieve her loss, I also feel incredibly grateful. I have had the benefit of the queen’s wisdom,” he continued. “My wife has had twenty years of guidance and support. My three children need to spend the holidays with her and create memories that will last a lifetime.”
Neither William and Kate nor Harry and Meghan’s children were present at the day’s events.
Both couples greeted the mass of mourners before leaving in the same vehicle driven by Prince William.