Princes William and Harry didn’t appear to speak at all as they arrived at an Easter Sunday church service amid rumours of a rift between the brothers.
Dad-to-be Harry walked to the church several metres ahead of the Cambridges, who followed after him with Zara and Mike Tindall.
When the royals lined up at the entrance to St George’s Chapel he could be seen leaning over to chat to Kate .
They exchanged a few words with big smiles on their faces but William, who was standing directly next to Kate, was not included in the joke.
While his eye contact with Kate doesn’t break, he doesn’t even glance up at his brother.
Mike and Zara Tindall, who are stood in between Harry and the Cambridges, also chuckle at whatever the Duke said.
There have been rumours of a rift between the brother for several months, fuelled by Meghan and Harry’s decision to move out of Kensington Palace and set up a family home at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.
The brothers also didn’t speak as they left the chapel after the service.
This year’s Easter celebrations are extra special for the family as it is also the Queen’s 93rd birthday.
She looked lovely, opting for a mint green coat and matching hat with a pink ribbon for the occasion.
Kate, Zara and the other female members of the royal family curtsied as she walked into the chapel with Right Reverend David Conner, Dean of Windsor, who led the service.
As she left the church the she was presented with two posies and was treated to a rendition of Happy Birthday, complete with three cheers, by the crowd as she got into her car.
People weren’t expecting to see Prince Harry at the annual event as wife Meghan Markle is due to give birth to the couple’s first royal baby any day now.
He also missed the celebration last year, and a statement from Kensington Palace said he was celebrating privately.
However he obviously decided to make the short trip from his new home Frogmore Cottage , which is just a few minutes away, to join them.