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Buckingham Palace has just released an official photo of, , and at a reception held for Heads of States and official overseas guests on hand for 's funeral.
According to the Palace, the photo was taken Sept. 18 at Buckingham Palace. In the photo, Camilla, Charles, William and Kate are all smiling and wearing black -- Camilla and the Princess of Wales in a gown and Charles and the Prince of Wales in a suit and tie.
This is the same reception, by the way, thatand had been uninvited from last month. At the time, ET had learned that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were invited to attend the reception for world leaders, but there was an about-face when they were . As for the reason for the disinvite, ET learned that the reception was for working royal family members only.
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Harry and Meghan being disinvited to the reception had been among the seemingly growing list of signs that there were mixed feelings about how much the royal family wanted Harry and Meghan taking part in the queen's official funeral plans. It started with Meghanto join the royal family at Balmoral Castle in Scotland following the .
“It's understood that the family wanted Prince Harry to be there, even though he was unable to get to Balmoral in time to see his grandmother,” Nicholl told ET.
“But Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, was not, we understand, invited to join the family," Nicholl added. "She has said she will go to Balmoral another time. But I think it is quite significant that Prince Harry traveled to Balmoral on his own without his wife.”
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It was later reported that Harry, whofollowing on Sept. 8, would to wear his military uniform for any of the events surrounding Her Majesty's death and . There would soon be a change of heart, with a source close to the royal family telling ET that Palace officials informed Harry he to wear his military uniform for the queen's Vigil at Westminster Hall. The source added that "it was a decision made without Prince Harry requesting a change." The gesture, however, was only a one-time permission, as Harry was for the state funeral.
That being said, William extended an olive branch on several occasions -- fromto join him and Kate for a walk outside Windsor Castle, to waving Harry and his sister-in-law , Kate and their children at the queen's funeral at St. George's Chapel.
New photos of Prince Harry and Meghan show them holding hands backstage ahead of their One Young World Forum appearance .
Private citizens Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will hold hands if they so please, thank you very much. In new photos taken during their trip to the United Kingdom prior to Queen Elizabeth II's death on September 8, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are seen looking into the camera with their pointer fingers linked ahead of their appearance at the One Young World Forum last month. "The Duke & Duchess of Sussex moments before attending the opening ceremony of [the One Young World Forum] last month," photographer Misan Harriman wrote on Instagram.READ MORE: King Charles carries out one of his mother's final wisheshttps://www.instagram.