Prince Harry shares sweet exchange with Princess Charlotte at Queen's funeral

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Princess Charlotte and her older brother, Prince George were in attendance at the state funeral for their late great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II on Monday. Following the funeral service at Westminster Abbey, the Royal Family travelled to Windsor to attend a service at St George’s Chapel. There, the Duke of Sussex, 38, was spotted giving his seven-year-old niece a reassuring look.

The Prince and Princess of Wales’ only daughter was sat in between Harry and her mother.

The sweet exchange took place at Her Majesty’s committal service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor.

During the service, Charlotte was spotted adjusting her hat before looking towards her uncle.

As Charlotte looks over, Harry can be seen giving his young niece a reassuring smile.

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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, sat next to the Duke, while Catherine, Princess of Wales, sat on the other side of Charlotte.

George and Charlotte’s attendance at the late monarch’s funeral was confirmed on Sunday.

Meghan and Harry had been in the UK since September 3.

The purpose for their visit was to attend a few events for charities “close to the hearts”.

The trip was intended to be a short visit, but due to the death of Queen Elizabeth II, was extended.

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The Prince and Princess of Wales’ youngest child, four-year-old Prince Louis, was not in attendance on Monday.

However, all three of the Wales children had been involved in the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June.

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