Prince Harry and Meghan Markle holding hands at Queen’s procession divides royal fans

On their walkout, the couple was holding hands, unlike King Charles III, Queen Consort Camilla, William, and Kate Middleton

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle holding hands at Queen’s procession divides royal fans
The romance between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is once again the topic of conversation among royal fans (Phil Noble - WPA Pool/Getty Images)
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LONDON, UK: The romance between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is once again the topic of conversation among royal fans. After the Queen's body lay in state on Wednesday, September 14, the couple made the decision to hold hands as they left Westminster Hall. As the royal family went in the Queen's procession through the streets of Buckingham Palace, Harry stunned many royalists by walking with his brother Prince William.

Meghan Markle, who initially did not accompany Prince Harry on foot but followed the procession closely in a car was later seen leaving Westminster Hall hand in hand with her husband. Many online users mocked the couple for holding hands since they thought it was rude to do so during the ceremony. One person wrote, “They’re part of the procession. Is it too much to expect them to walk in their line? even the horse could stay in their position for 20+ minutes walk. yet meghan [and] harry couldn’t keep the formation at least until they reach the door?”

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“He should know better having served that a processional of this formality is not fit for PDA. It's disappointing to see how little respect Henry has for tradition and his family,” another added. “Harry/Meghan holding hands was very disrespectful,” yet another user remarked. However, some fans of the couple came to their rescue as they called out the angry royalists for not letting a wife comfort her grieving husband. One user wrote, “Well done Harry for showing men that it's ok to reach out your hand for a little support when things are tough... a role model worth emulating. The silence caused by judgment and shame can be lethal, I hope Harry does what he needs to do to stay healthy.”

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“Meghan & harry have such a special & amazing bond that no one can ever take away from them,” another user added. Someone wrote, “Meghan and Harry love each other. There is no reason why they should ever have to hide it!” “Not the time or place to show love and support for each other during a very difficult PERSONAL time of grief?? Ok seriously all you people need to get a grip,” yet another user remarked. Meanwhile, earlier the brothers appeared together at Windsor Castle for the first time in years, and many fans were thrilled to see them reunited and stood together at the procession once again. Prince Harry and Prince William met the grieving royal well-wishers outside Windsor Castle with the help of their wives. 

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