Royal fans are all saying the same that Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie seem to be leaving during the Queen’s funeral

Royal fans are all saying the same after Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie left the Queen’s funeral early.

Her Majesty’s coffin was carried to Windsor following the death of His Majesty Emotional funeral service In Westminster Abbey which witnessed world leaders, kings and politicians meeting in solemn silence.

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The couple were all dressed in black to pay their respects to the Queencredit: Getty
But royal fans were baffled after the two princesses appeared to be leaving the service near its end

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But royal fans were baffled after the two princesses appeared to be leaving the service near its end
Both princesses were later photographed outside the monastery with other members of the royal family

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Both princesses were later photographed outside the monastery with other members of the royal familycredit: Getty
Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice in a van leaving Westminster Abbey

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Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice in a van leaving Westminster AbbeyCredit: AP

Later in the day, Queen Elizabeth II will finally be reunited and buried with her beloved Prince Philip.

But during the touching service, royal fans believe they spotted the moment Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie left Westminster Abbey.

With the end of the historic service approaching, the two monarchs are seen getting up and leaving their seats before others in the congregation.

It happened before The Queen’s coffin was removed from the monastery With their mother, Sarah Ferguson, who seemed to want to join them before sitting back.

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Royals watching the funeral around the world were left in awe after the princesses’ seemingly premature departure from the service.

A viewer on social media wondered: “Any idea why Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice left the funeral before the coffin?

Another Royal fan asked on Twitter: “Does anyone know why Eugenie and Beatrice left mid-party? Sarah Ferguson almost left with them but it looks like she was told not to?”

However, the princesses were later seen with the rest of the royal family outside when the coffin left the monastery.

Although it is clear that Beatrice and Eugenie did not leave the funeral completely, it is unclear why they left.

Watch today’s emotional royals as the Queen’s coffin was laid at the state funeral for her last trip.

Thousands of mourners lined the streets this morning and many queued all night long to catch a glimpse of their beloved king.

The King had earlier given a mournful salute as his mother’s coffin passed, just minutes after leading his bereaved family into service.

He was joined by the siblings Andrew, Edward And the thatas well as sons William and Harry, who seemed to be glamorous in meditation as the procession began.

In Wellington Arch, the easel lifted the Queen’s coffin from the state rifle carriage to the glass-backed State Horse, which Her Majesty helped design.

Next, the Scots and Grenadier Guards played a mix of their favourites, including Jerusalem and I swear to you my patriotism.

As the funeral left Windsor Memorial, the parade gave a royal salute led by the King, and the national anthem was played.

Then Charles, the Queen consort, and the Prince and Princess of Wales, together with other members of the royal family, left for Windsor by car, traveling along the M4.

I got to Windsor Great Park via Shaw Farm Gate on Albert Road and to Long Walk, where tens of thousands of people had been gathering since the early hours to finally bid farewell to the Queen.

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At the head of the procession, the chair traveled to the Long Walk, through Cambridge Gate and George IV Gate to the Quadrangle.

Then he made his way to St. George’s Church For commitment service.