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VIEWERS of The Queen's funeral are saying the same thing about Prince Harry as the national anthem rung out.
The service in Westminster Abbey saw the Royal Family and over 2,000 mourners gather at 11am to pay homage to The Queen.
Sat behind his father King Charles and step-mother Camilla, The Queen consort, the Duke of Sussex was visibly emotional throughout the service.
He had wife Meghan Markle by his side throughout the service.
But as the congregation – including world leaders and distinguished guests – belted out God Save The King at the end of the ceremony, Harry appeared to not be singing.
Instead Prince Harry appears to be looking around and only moving his mouth every so often – and it sparked a flurry of discussion online.
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It lead to some viewers claiming he was unable to sing the national anthem as he made a desperate bid to fight back tears.
Taking to Twitter, one person asked: "Harry didn’t sing national anthem??"
Meanwhile another user claimed: "Harry did not sing the national anthem and keeps staring over at William. Very weird!"
And a third jumped in, suggesting: "Harry must have known the public would notice him clearly not singing the national anthem."
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Others went as far to say Prince Harry was being "disrespectful" with his alleged lack of singing.
Despite the claims, it is not clear whether Prince Harry sung the national anthem or not.
But he was singing other hymns during the service to his grandmother.
King Charles does not sing the national anthem as it is about himself – something The Queen did when she was on the throne.
It comes as fans have also speculated a candle was "placed" to obscure the Duchess of Sussex's face during the service at Westminster Abbey.
There is no suggestion the placing of one of four candles surrounding Her Majesty's coffin was intentionally positioned to obscure the Duchess's face.
But nevertheless, Twitter users flocked to the social media site to share their thoughts on the placement amid a historic day in Britain's history.
It comes as…
- Solemn King Charles leads the Royal Family in an emotional procession behind the Queen's coffin
- Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince George, 9, arrived at Westminster Abbey with mum Kate Middleton
- Meghan Markle bowed her head as she joined the Royals
- Prince Andrew wore a suit after being banned from his military uniform
- Two thousand mourners including world leaders gathered for the funeral
One person claimed: "I don't want to be a conspiracy theorist but that candle is totally blocking the view of Meghan."
Meanwhile another user appeared to back the Duchess up: "That candle protecting Meghan from prying eyes who wanna judge everything she does."
The service began at 11am and saw several members of faith including the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, give addresses.
And Prime Minister Liz Truss read the Second Lesson from John 14:1-9a, telling the congregation: "Let not your heart be troubled; you believe in God."
At around 11.55am the Last Post was played by a band of trumpeters, followed by two minutes of silence in the Abbey and throughout the UK.
Reveille, a rousing rendition of the national anthem and a lament played by the Queen’s piper closed the state funeral.
After the service the Queen was returned to the sun drenched gun carriage by the bearer party and a procession travelled up to Wellington Arch at Hyde Park.
At Wellington Arch the Royal Family watched as Her Majesty's coffin was transferred to the new state hearse.
The hearse will arrive at Windsor Castle at around 3.06pm and a procession up the Long Walk will carry the coffin to the castle.
A committal service will then take place in St George's Chapel inside Windsor Castle at 4pm where The Queen will be laid to rest alongside Prince Philip.
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The Royal Family will then attend a private burial ceremony at 7.30pm.
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