It is tradition that members of the royal family accompany the Queen to the annual Remembrance Day Service - but this year’s occasion, taking place on November 10th, will also mark the ‘Fab Four’s’ first reunion since an ITV documentary appeared to confirm a rift between the two couples.
According to The Sun, palace staff hope that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, can use it as occasion to “reflect”.
Plans are also being put in place to ensure the event, held at the Cenotaph in London, will run “smoothly”.
Speaking to the paper, a source said: “Palace staff are keen to ensure that the family come together to pay their respects and that the focus is on the brave souls who lost their lives for their country.
“Remembrance Day is an especially poignant event for all of the members of the royal family, but especially for Prince Harry who served in Afghanistan.
“There is a general sense of hope that this day will put things in perspective and allow senior family members time to reflect on what the important things in life really are.”
The Queen is likely to watch Remembrance Sunday proceedings from the balcony of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office building, while Prince Charles is expected to lay a wreath at the Cenotaph on her behalf.
It is unclear where the other senior members of the royal family will stand.
Last year, Kate, 37, stood next to the monarch with Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
Meghan, 38, watched from another balcony window with the wife of the German president, Elke Büdenbender.
William, 37, and Harry, 35, watched the service near their father, and both also laid wreaths.
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Last year, the four royals were also pictured together at a service at Westminster Abbey marking the centenary of World War One Armistice.
Arrangements for this year’s Remembrance Sunday come as William and Harry - who spoke of being on a “different path” to his brother in ‘Harry and Meghan: An African Journey’ - may also both fly to Japan for the Rugby World Cup final on Saturday.
In the documentary, presented by journalist Tom Bradby, Meghan said her time as a royal so far had been a “struggle”.