Along with Prince Harry, Meghan Markle also sent a special wreath accompanied by a handwritten note to be laid during the service.
The wreath had a very special meaning behind it. It was designed by florist Willow Crossley, who completed some floral arrangements for Harry and Meghan's wedding and for their son Archie's christening, and it contained specially-requested flowers to represent the late Duke's life.
On the wreath were bear's breeches (the national flower of Greece) as a nod to Philip's heritage, sea holly to mark his service in the Royal Marines and roses to represent his birth month.
William and Harry reunited before the funeral began, as they met at a gathering at Windsor Castle before the procession behind Prince Philip's coffin started.
In the televised funeral for the late Prince Philip, the brothers were seen looking sombre as they walked together behind their grandfather’s coffin.
Harry and William did not walk shoulder to shoulder in the procession, but were be separated by cousin Peter Phillips, Princess Anne’s son, as they walked in a line behind their grandfather’s coffin.
Both were dressed in suits and black ties after the Queen decided no family member would wear uniform.
As they left the chapel, the brothers walked side-by-side for the very first time.
Harry and William were seen walking and talking to each other after Prince Philip's funeral.
Kate was also seen speaking to her brother-in-law, as the three walked away together following the service.