The royal family were united in their grief as they attended the Queen's state funeral on Monday.
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King Charles III and his wife Camilla, Queen Consort, were joined in the front row by the Queen's daughter, Princess Anne and her husband Sir Tim Laurence, along with her sons, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward, and Prince Edward's wife Sophie.
The Queen's children and their partners were also joined by the Prince and Princess of Wales, and the eldest two of their three children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Peter Phillips and Zara Tindall completed the front row.
Prince Harry was seated directly behind his father, the King
In the second row, seated directly behind his father the King, was Prince Harry, who was dressed in a morning suit and wearing his military medals, and wife Meghan.
Harry and Meghan were joined in the second row by Princess Beatrice
Twitter was quickly ablaze with questions about the seating arrangements – and why Harry was not seated alongside his older brother, William.
The Prince and Princess of Wales were also seated in the front row
And it seems there was a great deal of thought put into the arrangements. On closer look, it seems the Queen's grandchildren were seated in approximate order of their age.
While William – as the new heir – was ahead of his older cousins Peter and Zara, the rest of the family appear to have been seated in order of their birth.
It's thought that Harry and Meghan have now left the UK to return home to Montecito and their two children, Archie and Lilibet.
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