Meghan Pictured With Kate, George and Charlotte at Queen's Funeral

Meghan Markle was seen with Kate Middleton, Prince George and Princess Charlotte as the royals put unity ahead of family conflict in honor of Queen Elizabeth II. The

Duchess of Sussex and the new Princess of Wales have had their tensions in the past, particularly after Meghan told Oprah Winfrey that Kate made her cry days before her 2018

wedding to Prince Harry during a bridesmaids dress fitting. But any ill feeling was placed aside as the two women had a brief moment together in the minutes before

Elizabeth's funeral service began Monday at Westminster Abbey. Meghan initially shared a car with Prince Harry, but they parted company while he joined a procession

alongside King Charles III, Prince William and other blood royals. With her husband occupied, Meghan initially shared a car from Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey with

Sophie, Countess of Wessex. On their way into the abbey, she was then seen briefly with Kate and her two older children, George and Charlotte, aged 9 and 7. The royal rift

has been a backdrop to the four royals' lives during the past four years. There were rumors that all was not well in the relationship between the couples, once known as the "Fab

Four" in the British press. However, those past disagreements have been put on hold, and King Charles III made a concerted effort to include Harry and Meghan in the mourning

proceedings for his mother. The unity has not been without its problems. Harry was initially blocked from wearing his military uniform, but Charles invited him to wear it to

a vigil in Elizabeth's honor on Saturday.