BREAKING: Lipreader Reveals What Harry And William Actually Said To Each Other During Grandpa’s Funeral
Even separating them in the ceremonial walk didn’t help…
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According to the Daily Express and the information they got by lipreaders that had a chance to watch the funeral, Prince Harry and his older brother, Prince William exchanged some “cold” words after their Grandfather’s funeral.
“Yes, it was great, wasn’t it,” William reportedly told Harry after the funeral service.
“It was as he wanted it,” Harry is said to have replied.
Prince William said “Absolutely beautiful service, ah, the music.”
The estranged brothers were seen together for the first time in more than a year. They walked together, as they walked behind the Duke of Edinburgh’s coffin before the funeral service at Windsor Castle.
“It’s often said funerals are a time for reconciliation and that’s a scene a lot of people wanted to see, not least the family itself,” said ITN’s Tom Bradby.
“They were talking,” added commentator Eve Pollard. “They were possibly overcome by emotion. They were talking — and that’s got to be a very good sign. Let’s hope that they sort their recent troubles out because the Queen needs them both,”
Sources stated, according to The Sun, that after the ceremony, both brothers and their father, Prince Charles had a two-hour-long conversation at Windsor Castle. According to the sources, Harry might be prolonging his visit, staying for his grandmother’s 95th birthday, which is on Wednesday.
EvenRoyal biographer Penny Junor gave further details about the talk that William, Harry, and Charles had.
“This was minutes after the funeral and they were all grieving in their own ways,” she said. “There might have been some greetings. And even that is a positive start.
“There is a lot to be unraveled here. This is a falling-out that has gone on for a long time. They need the time, space, and the trust,” Junor added. “Harry should stay for the Queen’s birthday as it is the least he can do for his grandmother and it gives him even more opportunity to talk to his father and his brother.”