The Prince & Princess of Wales were joined by the Duke & Duchess of Sussex at Windsor Castle on Saturday where they viewed floral tributes to the late Queen Elizabeth II and met well-wishers.
United publicly for the first time as a foursome since Harry and Meghan left The Royal Family, the royals showed their appreciation to the people who had travelled to Windsor Castle to pay their respects.
William, Catherine, Harry, and Meghan viewing the floral tributes to the late Queen. pic.twitter.com/vmf5IYs7DO
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A royal spokesperson said: “The Prince of Wales invited the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to join him and the Princess of Wales earlier.”
The walkabout in Windsor came just a few hours after a similar walkabout in Balmoral, where members of the extended Royal Family viewed tributes and met members of the public.
Similarly, His Majesty The King met well-wishers on his return to Buckingham Palace on Friday – his first time in London as monarch.
The Queen’s State Funeral will be held at 11 am on 19 September at Westminster Abbey.
Queen Elizabeth II will Lie-in-State in Westminster Hall for four days to allow the public to pay their respects.
Her Late Majesty’s Coffin is currently in Balmoral Castle’s Ballroom; it will travel by road to the Palace of Holyroodhouse on 11 September to lie in the Throne Room until the afternoon of 12 September.