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People don't understand why Harry is sitting in the second row at Elizabeth II's funeral

People don’t understand why Harry is sitting in the second row at Elizabeth II’s funeral


The Queen’s funeral was held on Monday at Westminster Abbey.

VIPs from all over the world have made the journey to London to join the bereaved Britons and their royal families.

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The seats within the abbey were apparently reserved for family members, the elite of English society and dignitaries, but the ceremony was nevertheless broadcast on television for the general public.

Looking closely at this, some viewers were incensed to see that Prince Harry had been relegated to the second grade, unlike his brother Prince William.

Indeed, in the first row of the abbey were seated: King Charles III, Queen Camilla, Princess Anne (the King’s sister), her husband Vice-Admiral Sir Timothy Lawrence, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, Countess of Wessex.

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Across the aisle were: Prince William, Princess of Wales Kate Middleton, their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte, and Princess Anne’s children: Peter Phillips and Zara, as well as her husband, former rugby player Mike Tindall.

So many Britons were furious when they saw Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, being positioned far beyond just a former rugby player.

We remember that Prince Harry gave up his royal duties last year, when he moved to the United States with his wife.

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This is also the reason why he wore civilian clothes, while his brother William wore his military uniform.

This is also the reason why he was not allowed to salute his grandmother, unlike his father, brother and uncles.

As for Justin Trudeau, he was just too far behind.

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