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Did Prince Harry avoid singing the national anthem during Queen funeral? Furious royal supporters demand that he be stripped of everything.

The official funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth II in Westminster Abbey in London, England, on September 19, 2022, was a solemn occasion. The royal family led the way for nearly 2,000 people to pay their tributes to the late king at Westminster Abbey.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were sitting next to Princess Beatrice, behind King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla. While the Duke of Sussex was seen holding back tears at his grandmother’s burial, what caught everyone’s attention was how Prince Harry didn’t appear to participate in singing the national anthem. The national song started with the new ‘God Save the King’ lyrics at the conclusion of the burial ritual, and while all mourners save King Charles were observed humming the tune, hawk-eyed royals fans reported that Prince Harry did not join in.

A royal fan tweeted, “Prince Harry not singing the national anthem #queensfuneral.” Another fan wrote, “Did Prince Harry not sing the National ANTHEM JUST THEN?” “Did I just see Prince Harry not joining in with the national anthem? #queensfuneral,” questioned a fan. Another fan added, “Anybody else notice #PrinceHarry not singing #nationalanthem very disrespectful #queensfuneral.”

Several royal admirers slammed Prince Harry for his obvious demeaning behavior in not singing the national anthem.

Prince Harry, dressed in a morning suit with his medals affixed, was photographed coming into Westminster Abbey with his bride, Meghan Markle, for the Queen’s burial ceremony. Along with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince William, and Kate Middleton, Prince Harry led the casket procession from Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey.

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