Several relatives reportedly ignored Prince Harry at the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral yesterday due to his controversial Oprah Winfrey interview.
It is claimed by sources that the only royal who showed him any sympathy was his uncle, Prince Andrew as he received a frosty reception from other family members.
In the first time for more than a year Harry joined relatives to say goodbye to Prince Phillip, who died on April 9 aged 99, the Mirror reports.
According to the Mail on Sunday, Princess Anne, Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, did not acknowledge him before or during the service at Windsor Castle.
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Only Prince Andrew, who stepped back from royal duties after a disastrous interview with the BBC in 2019, sympathised with him, a source told the newspaper.
They said: "He knows from Sarah Ferguson – and now first-hand – how it feels to be the outsider, which Harry very much is.
"As far as the others are concerned, there is a deep sense of protection towards the Queen and resentment towards Harry.
"There is little sympathy for him after what he and Meghan said on Oprah."
In the bombshell interview, Harry and Meghan made a string of allegations about the family.
Meghan said she was offered no support when she suffered a mental health crisis, and Harry claimed royals including his father and brother were "trapped" in their role.
The couple also alleged that an unnamed royal had asked about son Archie's skin colour, suggesting that they would have a problem if he was dark skinned.
The Mail on Sunday reports that some family members had failed to even acknowledge Harry before or during the service because they believe he had "behaved appallingly".
Yesterday Harry and William were seen talking to each other following the service for their grandfather, sparking hopes of a possible reconciliation.
William's wife Kate stepped away from the brothers to give them space to chat - the first time since Harry quit the UK for America that they have spent time together face-to-face.
Body language analyst Adrianne Carter said they appeared at ease.
She said: “Kate seemed to take the lead in chatting, but when the brothers started to walk together it was entirely natural with no sign of stress or discord in their companionship. There was no forced show and no sign of avoiding each other.
“In fact William paused so Harry could walk up the hill with them. It looks to me like grief has reunited them.”
Harry had spent the last week self-isolating at Frogmore Cottage, the property gifted to him and Meghan by the Queen after their marriage.
Meghan has remained in the US on doctors' advice because she is heavily pregnant, but was reported to have watched the funeral on TV at home.
Large crowds gathered outside the gates of Windsor Castle yesterday to pay their respects for Prince Philip.