Prince William and Harry have reunited at their grandfather's funeral and according to lip readers, the service was what Prince Philip would have wanted.
After a difficult year marked by rifts and resentment, Prince William and Prince Harry appeared to bury the hatchet at the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral on Sunday.
Taking part in the procession, William and Harry followed the Duke of Edinburgh's coffin into St. George's Chapel. The pair were separated by their cousin Peter Philips who walked in between them.
The princes remained separate as the royals entered the chapel two-by-two.
After the funeral, Prince Harry and Prince William were seen chatting and walking together back to Windsor Castle for a private reception.
It was Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge who instigated the conversation and engaged with Harry before the two brothers spoke publicly to each other for the first time since Harry's departure to the US.
With their masks on, it was impossible to know what was said but they appeared to be in good spirits.
After they took their masks off, lip readers say they spoke about the funeral.
William said, "Yes it was great wasn't it", to which Harry replied, "It was as he wanted", according to lip readers from Express media. William later said to his brother, "Absolutely beautiful service, ah, the music".
Harry's arrival at Prince Philip's service marks the first time he has returned to the UK since he and Meghan stepped down from senior royal duties more than a year ago.
The reunion comes just over a month after the Oprah Winfrey interview where Harry and his wife, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex described their frustrations with the royal institution.
A source was quoted saying: "There is a realisation that everyone does need to reach some form of resolution, if only for the Queen, who has said it is her wish that the family comes together".
Prince Phillip died on April 9 at the age of 99.