PRINCES William and Harry are walking side-by-side behind The Queen's coffin today as they reunite in grief for the Royal procession.
The Duke of Sussex stood with his brother to his right and Princess Anne's son, Peter Phillips, to his left.
At Prince Philip's funeral last year – the feuding brothers were kept apart by Mr Phillips.
William and Harry are in the second of three rows in the ten-strong procession which left Buckingham Palace at 2.22pm.
King Charles is leading the Royals – flanked to the left by Princess Anne, the Prince Andrew and then Prince Edward.
At the back is the Princess Royal's husband Vice Admiral Sir Tim Lawrence, to his right is Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester, the grandson of George V.
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And the Earl of Snowdon – son of Princess Margaret, The Queen's sister – is to The Duke's right.
Camilla, The Queen Consort, Kate, The Princess of Wales, Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, are not in the procession.
It comes as…
- The list of 500 world leaders and dignitaries attending the funeral has been revealed
- King Charles was pictured arriving at Buckingham Palace ahead of today's procession
- The Monarch's staff were left heartbroken after being axed during a church service for the Queen
- Sophie Wessex is in line for a new title in a touching nod to her friendship with Her Majesty
- Prince William and Harry will walk behind the Queen’s coffin together today
- More than 100,000 people have launched a petition for an annual Bank Holiday in honour of Her Majesty
They are instead in cars behind those marching, before exiting their vehicles and walking into Westminster Hall with the rest of the procession.
Her Majesty's coffin will travel by gun carriage, towed by The King's Guard.
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The procession will travel from Buckingham Palace and then up The Mall, before moving down Horse Guards Road and past Horse Guards Parade.
It will then travel down Whitehall, onto Parliament Square and end at the Palace of Westminster and Westminster Hall at around 3pm.
A short service will then be led by the Archbishop of Canterbury after the coffin’s arrival in Westminster Hall.
Here, The Queen will lie in state from 5pm until her state funeral on Monday.
Members of the public have been queuing up to pay their respects to The Queen – with queues already stretching for miles.
Millions are expected to file past Her Majesty's coffin over the coming days.
It comes as a Cabinet Office source told The Sun estimated queue times lurched from 200 to 2000 hours in just two hours on Wednesday morning – equivalent to 83 days.
An estimated 750,000 Brits plan to flood into London to pay their respects.
The Queen left Scotland for the final time on Tuesday and arrived into London later that night.
Princess Anne accompanied her mother on the emotional journey back to RAF Northolt and then onto the Palace.
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Thousands braved the pouring rain to line roads to witness Her Majesty's hearse travel to Buckingham Palace for the last time.
She spent her last night at the royal residence where members of the family gathered – led by King Charles III and the Queen Consort.
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