Prince William and Prince Harry displayed a sense of unity as they walked outside the grounds of Windsor Castle to view floral tributes for the Queen on Saturday 10 September.

The brothers walked side by side with their wives Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle in the first public display together since Commonwealth Day in 2020.

It has since emerged that the Prince of Wales "invited" the Sussexes to join him and the Princess of Wales in their afternoon walkabout at Windsor.

Experts now say that the passing of the Queen and "grief" has brought the two brothers together as they united outside Windsor Castle on Saturday.

"There is a long way to go. But their grandmother would surely be relieved and proud," an expert told the Mirror.

The "Fab Four" as they were once called, took time to read the messages from members of the public left for their beloved grandmother who died aged 96 on the 8 of September.

They were spotted pointing at different tributes before making their way into the crowds to thank the well-wishers for their condolences.

Despite walking in their separate couples, the four spent 40 minutes greeting an applauding audience by shaking hands, giving hugs and accepting bunches of flowers.

The Prince and Princess of Wales and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex left in the same vehicle after finishing their walkabout outside Windsor Castle.


"It was the greatest gift the Queen could have hoped for," the expert added to the Mirror.

It comes as Prince William shared a heartfelt tribute to his late grandmother Queen Elizabeth II.

The Prince of Wales took to his official Instagram account to share his "sadness" and praise his "Grannie", who passed away on 8 September, branding her "an extraordinary leader".

While The Queen's funeral will take place on Monday 19 September at Westminster Abbey, it has been confirmed.

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