Prince Philip’s was said to be “very peaceful” and “very ” as if “someone took him by the hand, and off he went,” according to his daughter-in-law Sophie Wessex

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“It was right for him and, you know, it was so gentle,” Wessex, who is married to Edward, said at a service at the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor on Sunday, April 11, with Prince Andrew also in attendance.  

Meanwhile, Prince Harry has reportedly arrived in the U.K. on time for the on Saturday, April 17, but Meghan Markle tried to but was “advised by her physician not to travel.”

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This is ’s first time visiting home in over a year and the first time he will come face to face with his family following he and Markle’s tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Harry was “so close” to his grandfather and his death will be “a very difficult time for him,” Finding Freedom author, Omid Scobie, told ET.

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Harry and his brother, Prince William, will even put their differences aside and walk “shoulder to shoulder,” as they mourn their grandfather, sources told The Mirror. “Both are fully aware of their shared history and will no doubt remember what impact their grandfather had on their life growing up. There is hope under an occasion such as this, where the brothers are united in grief, that a corner may be turned,” an insider explained.  

“That’s all you want for somebody, isn’t it,” Wessex noted of Philip’s passing in Windsor Castle and said Queen Elizabeth II was “thinking of others before herself,” although the Queen is said to have told Prince Andrew that her husband’s death “left a huge void in her life.”

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“I think it is so much easier for the person that goes than the people who are left behind,” Wessex added. “We are all sitting here looking at each other going ‘this is awful.’ But equally, look at all the tributes. It’s just amazing,” she said of support the royals have gotten since Philip died on Friday, April 9.

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“However much one tries to prepare oneself for something like this it’s still a dreadful shock. And we’re still trying to come to terms with that. And it’s very, very sad,” Prince Edward admitted as Philip was almost 100-years-old and was only released form the hospital following a heart procedure last month. 

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While Princess Anne released a statement where she explained that while you know someone will pass away, you are never really prepared.  

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“My father has been my teacher, my supporter and my critic, but mostly it is his example of a life well lived and service freely given that I most wanted to emulate. His ability to treat every person as an individual in their own right with their own skills comes through all the organisations with which he was involved,” she wrote.



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