Harry and Meghan had dinner with William and Kate after receiving Queen’s coffin

Prince Harry and Prince William spent the evening together alongside their wives Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton, as well as other members of the Royal Family.

The group are said to have sat down for dinner together after the Queen’s highly emotional return to her home of 70 years, Buckingham Palace.

Prince Harry was seen with his father King Charles III as the late monarch’s coffin was driven through the archway of the palace following it’s journey over from Edinburgh, Scotland.

Other royals, including Princess Beatrice and Edo Mapelli Mozzi, Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank as well as Zara Philips and Mike Tindall, were also at the Palace.

The Royal Family remained inside the historic building as the coffin was driven in and went on to have an intimate dinner together with both Harry and William in attendance, The Sun reports.

The news comes after the estranged brothers spent the evening apart following the death of Her Majesty the Queen at Balmoral.

Several members of the Royal Family rushed to Scotland last week as it was announced that the late monarch has been placed under medical supervision, with Harry having arrived separately to his older brother William.

It was later announced that the 96 year monarch had passed away peacefully.

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Following her death, it was reported that Harry and William did not spend time with one another at Balmoral as the now-Prince of Wales and King Charles III went to Birkall, while Harry remained at Balmoral with Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and Princess Anne.

“Two dinners were being hosted on the royal estate that night and there was a clear divide: One was for the new king and his heir, the other was for the rest of the family,” a source told MailOnline.

Harry had been due to speak at the Wellchild Awards in London the night of the Queen’s death, but dropped everything to travel to Scotland to be by her side.

The two brothers have had a strained relationship in recent years and, while they’ve come together in grief following their grandmother’s passing, an expert said the pair “have a rocky path ahead”.

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Jennie Bond told us: "[Harry and William] have been thrown together in this period of grief. They are united in grieving and honouring their grandmother and perhaps there will be an opportunity for them to get over their differences and to begin the healing process."

While things appear optimistic, Jennie warned that there is still a "rocky road ahead" with the particularly tough obstacle of Prince Harry's forthcoming book to navigate.

"Harry's memoir does hang like a sword of Damocles and until that comes out and we know what has been said, nothing can be normal. Presumably it can't be unsaid now either, presumably it's at the publishers and it can't be altered, even if he wanted to," Jennie said.


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