Prince Harry and Prince William seemed to remain at odds with each other during the ceremonial events and procession for Queen Elizabeth II's funeral. The two didn't even have eye contact or, at least, acknowledge each other.

Prince Harry and Prince William were joined by their wives, Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton, in Westminster Abbey. Amid the hopes of reconciliation, it looks like they have yet to break the wall between them.

The Duke of Sussex kept his eyes focused ahead during the procession from Westminster Hall to the abbey to Windsor Castle. He walked behind King Charles II, Ann, Princess Royal, Prince Edward, and Prince Andrew.

This time, he was side by side with his brother instead of being buffered by their cousin, Peter Phillips, like last year when they laid Prince Philip to rest. The Fab Four avoided any interaction, per The Guardian.

Their eyes never met, while they physically kept a safe distance from each other. As Queen Elizabeth's coffin was taken into the abbey, Prince Harry and Prince Andrew kept gazes on the ground as other royal family members in military uniforms saluted. The Duke of York also stepped back from this royal life after being involved in the Jeffrey Epstein scandal.

The Sussexes then took their seat at the head of the congregation behind King Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort. Though Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shared occasional assuring glances, they briefly held hands this time.

This might be in response to the criticisms they received for previously showing affection at events commemorating Her Majesty. Hence, they probably chose to have little physical contact.

Meanwhile, The Sun reported the couple would reportedly return to the U.S. as soon as possible after the late Queen was laid to rest. She was buried alongside her husband of more than seven decades at King George VI Memorial Chapel in Windsor.

They extended their stay to the U.K. early this month after the monarch's passing on September 8, and King Charles ascended the throne. They have not seen their two kids, Archie and Lilibet, for a couple of weeks. So, Telegraph reporter Victoria Ward believed the doting parents would rush to fly home soon.

In fact, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are said to have already left Frogmore Cottage just a few moments after the funeral. With that said, they may be preparing to return to the U.S. to be with their kids.