PRINCES William and Harry walked side-by-side today as they followed the Queen’s coffin in her funeral procession.

The brothers were united in grief as they joined the solemn scenes at Westminster Abbey this morning.

Their father, 73, was visibly emotional as he followed his late mother on a gun carriage to the Abbey, where the Queen's funeral is being held.

The King was seen wiping away his tears as he arrivedfor the service, accompanied by Queen Consort Camilla.

It comes as…

  • Solemn King Charles leads the Royal Family in an emotional procession behind the Queen's coffin
  • Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince George, 9, arrived at Westminster Abbey with mum Kate Middleton
  • Meghan Markle bowed her head as she joined the Royals
  • Prince Andrew wore a suit after being banned from his military uniform
  • Two thousand mourners including world leaders gathered for the funeral

Princes William and Harry, who have faced years of speculated rifts, followed in silent step.

And the brothers appeared to put their differences aside as they joined their family in remembering their grandmother.

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Their respective wives, the Princess of Wales and the Duchess of Sussex, walked behind their husbands before taking their seats.

Meghan sat with Harry behind William and Kate among the rest of the Queen's emotional family.

Meanwhile, William's eldest children, George and Charlotte, joined their parents to say their final goodbyes.

The children, who are the youngest mourners at their great-grandmother's state funeral today, stood and sung hymns with the 2,000 strong congregation.

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Their late inclusion is believed to be the idea of parents Prince William and Kate who believed it important they attend the historic occasion.

Meanwhile, younger brother Louis, four, stayed at home.

Hundreds of thousands of mourners have lined the streets ahead of today's emotional service – the climax of what has been described as the biggest security operation the UK has ever seen.

Some dedicated royal fans have even been camping out since Friday to bag the best spots – and by 9am, all public viewing areas along the procession route were full.

They are all hoping to catch one last glimpse of Her Majesty before she makes her way from London to Windsor to be reunited with her husband Prince Philip, who died last year aged 99.

Billions more are tuning in from pubs, cinemas, outdoor big screens, cathedrals and their living rooms across the globe to experience the once-in-a-lifetime event – expected to be the most watched broadcast of all time.

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