WATCH: William and Kate 'ignored' Harry and Meghan at Commonwealth Service

Prince William, Prince Harry, Kate Middelton and Meghan Markle. (PHOTO: Getty Images)
Prince William, Prince Harry, Kate Middelton and Meghan Markle. (PHOTO: Getty Images)

It’s as cold as ice.

Royal fans are convinced Prince William and Kate Middleton "ignored" Meghan Markle and Prince Harry after an awkward and cold greeting between the couples was caught on tape.

The Cambridges and the Sussexes reunited for the first time since 'Megxit' while attending the Commonwealth Service in Westminster Abbey, the Daily Mail reports.

The event was Meghan and Harry’s final official engagement as senior royals before they step down from their position on 31 March.

William and Kate arrived at the service shortly after Harry and Meghan and were seated in the row in front of the Sussex pair, according to Page Six.

Footage shows Harry happily greeting his brother, and Meghan saying "Hi", while William can be seen briefly making eye contact with Harry and Meghan while Kate didn’t appear to acknowledge the pair at all. 

The video was posted on @RoyalCentral on Twitter, where one user wrote, "And William and Kate ignored them. Shameful..."

"Okay, even I’ve got to admit that looks cold. They better had a meetup before so that this was only their second greeting during the day, because that’s no way to greet a brother when you first see them," another added.

"I’m still chipping the ice off my phone screen! Ouch! Definitely a chill between the Cambridges and Sussexes. Meghan tried to say hello three times to no avail. Harry does NOT look happy at all," a third wrote.

(Sources: Daily Mail, Page Six, Twitter)

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