Entertainment The three royals who 'didn't greet' Prince Harry at Prince Philip's funeral
Who he was, what he did and why he mattered
He was the man beside Queen Elizabeth II - and arguably the world's most famous husband.He spent seven decades in the shadow of his wife, the UK's Queen Elizabeth II - but his force of personality meant he would never be simply a professional spouse.
While the royal family put on a united public front during the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral, it's been claimed some senior members took exception to Prince Harry's attendance.
Three high-ranking family members seemingly failed to acknowledge his presence either before or during the service at Windsor Castle on Saturday, thereports.
While Prince William and Prince Charles could be seen, at least publicly, following Harry's , perhaps not everyone was as forgiving.
Prince Edward, his wife Sophie and Princess Anne appeared to not greet Harry, who stepped back from his standing as a senior royal last year, before moving to the US with.
The man who wouldn't be king
They met as children, at his cousin's wedding. Philip and Elizabeth's paths would eventually cross again, but in the years before they became an iconic couple, the blue-eyed, ash-blond boy earned a reputation as a ladies' man and distinguished naval officer.The groom barely stole a glance as they walked up the aisle.
The Duke of Edinburgh's funeral was the first time he had returned to the UK following the interview, which sent shockwaves through the palace after the couple claimed senior royals had made racist comments about their son, Archie.
It was later alleged, questioning 'how dark' his skin would be.
According to one royal insider, Harry's return was unwelcomed by many in the palace, tellinghe'd faced a 'great deal of frostiness' from his family.
Princess Anne's son Peter Phillips had walked between Prince Harry and William during the procession, reportedly as a buffer to diffuse tensions.
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Prince Philip was 'a future thinker' and passionate environmentalist who embraced new technology. Without him the Royal Family would not be the biggest stars on the planet, writes DAN WOOTTON.An outsider who embraced new technology and allowed the mass media in to share a little of the private lives of our royals with the wider public.
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"They are very upset," the Mail on Sunday quoted the insider.
"They are putting on a united front for the Queen. They all think he has behaved appallingly."
The insider also shared the Prince Andrew, no stranger to controversy himself, had reached out to offer his support.
"Ironically the only one who has expressed any sympathy towards him is Prince Andrew," they told the Mail.
"He knows from Sarah Ferguson – and now first-hand – how it feels to be the outsider, which Harry very much is.
"As far as the others are concerned, there is a deep sense of protection towards the Queen and resentment towards Harry. There is little sympathy for him after what he and Meghan said on Oprah."
The source also revealed it's understood Princess Eugenie has visited Harry during his stay.
Prince Harry is expected to return to the US this week to support Meghan, who is pregnant with their second child.
The touching mementos the Queen carried in her handbag at Prince Philip's funeral .
The Queen sat alone at Prince Philip's funeral on Saturday in the UK, but she reportedly carried two touching reminders of her husband with her. After 73 years of marriage, Her Majesty and Philip had exchanged countless gifts and collected too many mementos to count. RELATED: Prince Harry may be excluded from any royal family gatherings after Philip's funeral But the monarch is said to have chosen two surprisingly simple items to carry with her as she lay her beloved husband to rest. © AP Queen Elizabeth II carried two mementos of her late husband as she sat alone at the funeral of Prince Philip.