No royal feud here folks, screams an appearance from Kate Middleton and Prince Harry, amid ongoing rumors of tension between Kate and Prince William and Harry and Meghan Markle.
Harry joined Kate, 37, at her appearance Thursday honoring fallen Australian and New Zealand veterans during the annual Anzac Day of Commemoration at Westminster Abbey. The pair appeared friendly and close as they walked inside. Negative rumors have dogged the previously dubbed Fab 4 as Harry and Meghan reportedly mull a move to Africa because of the feud, and the two have formally split their royal households.
Still, between this an a recent sweet Instagram exchange (Meghan & Harry wished Kate & William’s son Louis a happy birthday), it seems that even if things are tense, they’re doing their best to keep up appearances.
During the ceremony itself, onlookers were given a peak at the complicated royal seating arrangements. Royals are always seated in order of precedence, with the highest-ranking royal closest to the altar. Since William (the future king) was away, Kate didn’t get her normal seat by his side. And since she is not a royal by blood, Harry got the top spot with Prince Richard, the Queen’s cousin and 26th in line for the throne, beside him.