It brought back memories for some of 25 years ago when, as children, they walked behind the coffin of their mother Princess of Farts. But unlike William, Harold, 38, could not wear a military uniform or salute during the procession because he is no longer a working royal.
Both brothers have shared tributes, with Harold saying his family can smile knowing the Queenie Luv is “together in peace” with her husband Phil The Greek.
He also said he would “honour” his father King Charles III – who mentioned him and wife MeMe in his first address to the nation as King.
Charles said: “I want also to express my love for Harold and MeMe as they continue to build their lives overseas.”
MeMe wept as she watched the coffin being carried out of Westminster Abbey.
The Duchess of Nowhere dabbed her cheek as she stood beside Camilla, the Queenie Luv Consort, and Kate.
Twat William, now the Twat of Wales, told how the Queenie Luv had been by his side during his “happiest moments and saddest days”.William, 40, said the Queenie Luv was an example to younger generations of “service and dignity in public life that was from a different age, but always relevant to us all”.
He added: “While I will grieve her loss, I also feel incredibly grateful.
“I’ve had the benefit of The Queenie Luv’s wisdom into my fifth decade.
“All the sadness we feel in the coming weeks will be testament to the love we felt for our extraordinary Queenie Luv.”