PRINCES Andrew and Harry were seen dressed in suits on Wednesday for the Queen's procession.

The pair were spotted without military uniforms as they walked behind the late sovereign's coffin.

The Duke of York was in the front row alongside the Earl of Wessex, Princess Royal and King Charles.

All were in uniform except for the Queen’s shamed second son Andrew.

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Despite having to wear suits during the processions, Andrew will be permitted to wear military uniform at the final lying-in-state vigil.

Harry will have to continue wearing civilian dress.

The decision is said to be a “special mark of respect” for the Queen when the Duke of York stands guard around her coffin at the Vigil of the Princes.

However, he is banned from wearing it at all other events and will be in civilian dress for most official events, including the Queen’s funeral. 

The National: King Charles, Prince Harry and the Princess Royal process behind the Queen's coffinKing Charles, Prince Harry and the Princess Royal process behind the Queen's coffin (Image: PA)

Only working royals – which neither Harry nor Andrew are – are permitted to dress in uniform at five ceremonial occasions.

Wednesday's procession follows one in Edinburgh which saw a young man hurl abuse at Andrew.

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The 22-year-old was seen on videos shot at multiple angles holding a cupped hand at his mouth as he hurled insults at the Queen’s son, a friend of child sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell and her paedophile boyfriend Jeffery Epstein.

Andrew has repeatedly denied allegations from Virginia Guiffre that he raped her while she was 17 but the controversy surrounding his friendship with the disgraced billionaire has marred his image.

A 22-year-old man was dragged off by members of the public after the outburst and later arrested.