Prince Harry was flying solo as he reunited with his brother Prince William and wife Kate Middleton at the Royal Family's annual Easter Sunday Service.
Harry's pregnant wife Meghan Markle did not attend the event, which also took place on Queen Elizabeth II's 93rd birthday. The two are expected to make a baby birth announcement any day now. Meghan had made her last public appearance last month and then began her maternity leave.
The outing comes amid months of rumors of tension between the royal couples and follows a recent division of their household; Harry and Meghan left Kensington Palace, figuratively and physically, and also opened a separate Instagram account.
The Easter Sunday Service took place at St George's Chapel in Windsor, where Harry and Meghan wed in 2018. The prince walked to the church several feet ahead of William and Kate, as seen in a video the Daily Mail Royal Correspondent Rebecca English posted on Twitter.
Harry was later briefly photographed interacting with and looking towards Kate and William, who also spent time chatting with the queen, their cousin Zara Tindall and her husband Mike Zindall.
Kate wore a baby blue Alexander McQueen overcoat and matching frock and fascinator, paired with a gray-blue clutch and matching suede pumps.
Harry and William had also spent time together earlier this month, joining their dad Prince Charles at the premiere of Netflix's Our Planet, marking their first joint appearance since separating houses.
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