The British princes lost a loved one. But only William came to the funeral

British princes Harry and William lost a loved one last week after their beloved polo teacher Claire Tomlinson died. However, only the older of the brothers attended her funeral, which took place on Monday.

British Prince William said goodbye to his beloved former polo teacher on Monday. The Duke of Cambridge attended a service for Claire Tomlinson, a former captain and coach of the English national team, reports Daily Mail.

In addition, Tomlinson trained polo and young prince for many years. William attended the funeral with a Royal Security Officer, without the wife of Kate, his three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louise.

In addition, the British media were surprised that Prince Harry, who currently lives with his children and his wife Meghan in California, did not attend the funeral. However, there has been a long-standing tension between the royal brothers, mainly because Harry decided to give up royal duties two years ago. The two brothers were last seen together in early July last year, when they unveiled a statue of their mother, Princess Diana.

In addition, Prince Harry recently lodged a complaint with a British court over the rejection of a request for police protection by the British authorities. He allegedly wanted to visit his home country, but did not receive a permit under the promise that he would pay the costs himself. But without police protection, returning to Britain is too risky.

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