It is understood that the Queen’s grandchildren, at the King’s invitation, are said to be very keen to pay their respects, just as their parents will do this evening.
Confirmation of Harry wearing military uniform comes after the Duke of Sussex was banned from doing so at the Queen’s coffin procession on Wedesday, which saw the monarch conveyed from Buckingham Palace to Westminter Hall for the lying-in-state.
That occasion saw Harry dressed in a black suit with his military medals pinned to his chest.
As a non-working member of the Royal Family, Harry was prevented from wearing military uniform for the ceremonial events leading up to the Queen’s funeral on Monday.
The same applied to the Duke of York, who is also a non-working member of the Royal Family. He walked behind the Queen’s coffin on Wednesday dressed in a suit while his siblings, King Charles III, Princess Anne and the Earl of Wessex all wore military uniform.