On September 8, the UK and the world marked the one year anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's death. And while the royal family honored the late queen in their own ways, for Prince Harry, it was all about a quiet visit to the resting place of his grandmother.
The visit to St. George's Chapel, where the prince married Meghan Markle in May of 2018, was meant to be a quiet affair. In fact, were it not for a single image that went viral, the world may not have known that Prince Harry had even visited his grandmother's grave.
However, a photograph was taken showing the prince leaving the chapel and heading towards a private car that was apparently waiting for him. And with him having another engagement in Germany, considering September 9 is the start of the 2023 Invictus Games, it makes sense that once he left the chapel he was actually heading to the airport.
But the real question on many people's minds revolves around whether or not Prince Harry was alone at the chapel.
Was Prince Harry on his own when he visited St. George's Chapel on Sept. 8?
Although there has not been much in the way of news around Prince Harry's visit to St. George's Chapel, according to Page Six it seems as if he was not alone in paying respect to his late grandmother. So who was with the prince on his visit?
Perhaps unsurprisingly, both Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie were at Prince Harry's side as he paid his respects to Queen Elizabeth II. Considering the support these three have shown each other over the years and the fact that they also sat together for King Charles' Coronation earlier this year, it makes sense that they would also be together for the one year anniversary of their grandmother's passing.
We appreciate the fact that Prince Harry was likely not alone while paying his respects to Queen Elizabeth. And we hope it is a sign of things to come with the royal family, or at the very least with his cousins.