William, Kate, Harry and Meghan appeared in public together for the first time since Carlo and Diana's second son had revealed in an interview with ITV that he and his brother "took different paths". The two couples participated, together with the queen, Charles and Camilla and other members of the British royal family, in an event at the Royal Albert Hall in London to commemorate the 75th anniversary of some of the most famous battles of the Second World War. The images published in the British media do not show interactions between Kate and William, sitting in the real stake next to the queen, and Meghan and Markle who instead witnessed the celebrations in another area with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and partner Carrie Symonds. In October, Harry had caused a stir by revealing in an open-heart interview that he had ups and downs in his relationship with his older brother. "We are brothers and we will be forever. I will always be there for him and he will always be there for me. But at the moment we have taken different paths," Harry had said then. The day after the interview aired sources from Buckingham Palace had reported to the BBC that William was "worried" about the "fragile situation" of his brother and his wife Meghan.