Of course, the moment has since been dissected online with British publication The Express speaking to a lip reader about the exchange.
According to the outlet, William took off his mask and told Harry: “Yes, it was great, wasn’t it?” to which Harry replied: “It was as he wanted."
Michael Kelly, a body language and speech expert, spoke to 7NEWS.com.au about the pair's catch-up, saying they appeared to be friendly.
“It seemed like there’s no rancour at all. [The brothers] could have been walking down the country lane,” he said.
Many royal fans watching the funeral live said seeing the brothers back together brought them comfort. “Thank goodness William and Harry put their differences aside to properly reunite and chat after the service,” one user tweeted. “Lovely of Kate to step away and walk with Sophie, giving the two brothers their first moment together.”
“Not a royalist but it did warm my heart seeing William, Harry and Kate so close,” another added.
While Meghan, who is currently expecting her second child, wasn't able to attend the funeral, the Duchess of Sussex paid tribute to her home in California.
According to Entertainment Tonight, Meghan and Harry sent a wreath by Willow Crossley that featured a variety of locally sourced flowers, some of which were picked from the designer's personal garden, and a handwritten card. Significantly, Meghan asked for the wreath to feature acanthus mollis, the national flower of Greece to represent the Duke of Edinburgh’s heritage, and eryngium to represent the Royal Marines.