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Prince William and brother Harry have put their apparent feud to one side to greet mourners outside Windsor Castle.
The pair, alongside wives Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle were all pictured spending time with the crowds just two days after the Monarch died.
The foursome were also seen looking at the masses of floral tributes outside the castle grounds.
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Crowds were heard clapping for both couples as they made their way to the castle.
It is the first time the two couples have appeared alongside each other since The Queen died on Thursday (September 8).
The brothers have been thought to have been feuding for the last few years, but it now appears that they have put this aside, having arrived to the gathering together.
While the crowds around the couples seemed to be a mix of all ages, and ranging from solemn to rather cherry, the Prince and Princess of Wales were happy to shake the hands of everyone they came across, as well as accepting multiple bunches of flowers.
One member of the crowd gave Prince William a small Paddington Bear teddy, which he said it would give to his children in return.
And speaking to another person, he could be heard stating how "incredible" it was that "so many people "had turned out to pay respects to his grandmother.
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Kate also stopped to take a few selfies with many members of the crowd, too.
Prince Harry and Meghan – the latter specifically – appeared to be striking a more somber tone with the crowd, stopping to speak to many of them but in a more toned-down manner.
The two couples were followed around by several assistants who were lumbered with the task of carrying the hundreds of bunches of flowers given to them by the respectful crowd members.
The newly appointed Prince of Wales had yet to comment on the death of Her Majesty, but released a full statement in tribute shortly before visiting Windsor Castle.
In it, he refers to his grandma, who died aged 96, as "Grannie".
He said: "The world lost an extraordinary leader, whose commitment to the country, the Realms and the Commonwealth was absolute. So much will be said in the days ahead about the meaning of her historic reign.
"I, however, have lost a grandmother. And while I will grieve her loss, I also feel incredibly grateful.
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