King Charles ordered Will and Harry to reunite for sake of ‘grannie’ the Queen

"Feuding" brothers Prince William and Harry reunited with their wives Kate and Meghan during the royal walkabout at Windsor Castle on September 10.

Crowds were only expecting Will and Kate though, and were shocked when both couples emerged from a car – but cheers soon took over.

Seemingly reunited in grief over the loss of their grandmother Queen Elizabeth II, it has been reported that the brothers may have decided to put their tensions aside.

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However, it has emerged that maybe it was down to their father King Charles – who is said to have ordered the pair come together for the sake of their grandma, reports the Daily Mail.

William is believed to have extended the olive branch with Harry after a chat with Charles III, following the King's first ever speech in which he conveyed his love for Harry and Meghan.

A call was said to be made to the Sussexes early on in the day to ask them if they would join Will and Kate, and they accepted.

Body language expert Judi James told the Mail: "He [Prince Harry] was using a 'barrier gesture' – one that he uses to show anxiety – where he has his hand clutching his jacket in front of him.

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"But William looks a lot more relaxed. He looks to be the one instigating the display of unity to honour his grandmother's memory."

In his first speech as King, Charles III said: "I want also to express my love for Harry and Meghan as they continue to build their lives overseas."

Meanwhile, body language expert Judi also revealed that while Meghan was alongside Harry to support him – she also displayed supportive gestures towards Will and Kate.

"Meghan and Harry are holding hands as usual and Meghan’s hand clasp and the touches on Harry’s back suggest she is being supportive," Judi told the Sun.

"Her support might not just be for her husband though.

"When she turns her head in William and Kate’s direction here, and to William in particular, her facial expression suggests a display of sympathy for her brother-in-law as well as her husband."

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