Prince Philip’s funeral: who was the man between princes Harry and William?

After more than a year without seeing each other, William and Harry were once again reunited for a sad event this Saturday, April 17: the funeral of their grandfather, Prince Philip. However, during the funeral procession, Prince Charles and Diana’s two children did not walk side by side. They were separated by their cousin, Peter Phillips, the eldest son of Princess Anne and first grandchild of Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh. A decision of the monarch herself in order to avoid any incident on this sad day. “This is a funeral and we will not be drawn into these dramatic perceptions. These arrangements have been approved and reflect the wishes of His Majesty,” said a spokesperson for Buckingham Palace as reported on Daily Mail.

Is Peter Phillips the man who will succeed in reconciling William and Harry?

Nor is the Queen’s choice to separate the two brothers by Peter Phillips by chance. Peter Phillips was particularly present for his two cousins ​​during the death of their mother, Lady Diana, who died in 1997. The Queen sees Princess Anne’s eldest son as a mediator in the complicated relationship between William and Harry. The royal biographer, Hugo Vickers, has also said that Peter Phillips was therefore voluntarily chosen to help his two cousins ​​to reconcile. William and Harry, however, went out side by side after the ceremony. An image of reconciliation? To have…

Prince William, Peter Phillips and Prince Harry at Prince Philip’s funeral © Agency

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