Prince Philip: Funeral an 'ideal opportunity' to end royal rifts, says Major
Shared grief over Prince Philip's death is an "ideal opportunity" to mend rifts within the Royal Family, Sir John Major says.
Shared grief over the death of the Duke of Edinburgh is an "ideal opportunity" to mend any rifts within the Royal Family, ex-PM Sir John Major has said.
Sir John, who was guardian to Princes William and Harry following their mother's death, said he hoped it would end any "friction" between the pair.
He also said the Queen needed time to grieve for her husband.
His comments came as the Archbishop of Canterbury paid tribute to the duke in a remembrance service.
The Duke of York said the Queen had described the death of her husband as "having left a huge void in her life".
Prince Andrew spoke after attending a small service at the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor on Sunday morning with the Earl and Countess of Wessex and their daughter, Lady Louise.