• Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended a Thanksgiving Service in London Friday
  • The Cambridges sat on the opposite side of the aisle from Markle and Prince Harry
  • The two brothers have no plans to interact while celebrating Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee festivities, a report claims

Royal fans may not see Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle interact during the festivities for Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee despite all four royals attending the National Service of Thanksgiving Friday, a report has suggested.

The foursome did not sit near each other during Friday's service at London's St. Paul's Cathedral, with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge taking their seats on the right side of the church upon arrival. They were seated in the same pew as Princess Anne, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Page Six reported.

Prince Harry and Markle, on the other hand, were seated across the aisle with Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice and their respective husbands, Jack Brooksbank and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

Prince Harry and his older brother have no plans to interact while celebrating Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee festivities, an unnamed palace insider told Page Six.

"At the moment, it does not look likely that Harry and Meghan and William and Kate will meet up separately during the Jubilee celebrations," the source said. "There is certainly nothing in the diary at the moment."

Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan, Prince William and Duchess Kate's last joint public appearance was at Westminster Abbey for the Commonwealth Service in March 2020, three months after the Sussexes announced their plans to step back from their senior royal duties.

Prince Harry and Markle soon moved to California, where they now reside with son Archie, 3, and daughter Lilibet, 11 months, and officially resigned from their royal roles in February 2021.

During his and Markle's interview with Oprah Winfrey last year, Prince Harry admitted that he and his older brother "are on different paths," though he will still "always be there" for William.

Asked how he would describe their relationship since he quit royal duties, Prince Harry said, "The relationship is space. Time heals all things, hopefully."

Though the brothers didn't interact during Friday's service, they put on a united front in July last year at the unveiling of a statue of their mother Princess Diana in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry and Markle's daughter, Lilibet, is turning 1 year old Saturday. However, Prince William and Middleton are unlikely to attend the birthday celebration as they are scheduled for a royal engagement that day.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are set to embark on a trip to Cardiff Castle in Wales to meet the performers and crew members taking part in the Platinum Jubilee Celebration Concert on the castle grounds later that afternoon.

The Queen was due to attend the Epsom Derby on the same day. However, due to the 96-year-old monarch's mobility issues, Princess Anne will be going in her place, and the Queen will spend the day with the birthday girl, Cambridgeshire Live reported.

"There's going to be some sort of private meeting with the Queen on Saturday, which happens to be Lilibet's birthday. She will be seeing her great-granddaughter for the very first time," former royal correspondent Charles Rae said on GBNews. "That will be a nice event."

However, the Queen didn't wait for Lilibet's birthday to meet Prince Harry's daughter. An unnamed source confirmed to Entertainment Tonight that she met her great-granddaughter for the first time Thursday after Trooping the Colour.

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LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 03: Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge depart after the National Service of Thanksgiving to Celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty The Queen at St Paul's Cathedral on June 3, 2022 in London, England. The Platinum Jubilee of Elizabeth II is being celebrated from June 2 to June 5, 2022, in the UK and Commonwealth to mark the 70th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II on 6 February 1952. Henry Nicholls - WPA Pool/Getty Images