Prince Harry rushed to Balmoral Castle after the demise of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, whereas his wife Meghan Markle stayed in London.
The whole world is mourning the demise of Queen Elisabeth. She passed away at 96, surrounded by her royal families. However, Harry and Markle were not present at her Highness’s final moments.
And Prince Harry, who was the last to arrive at Balmoral, was the first to leave.
Meghan Markle stays in London during Queen’s funeral.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped down as active royal family members in March 2020. And surprising the whole world, Meghan Markle snubbed the Queen’s funeral, fearing she wouldn’t be warmly welcomed. How self-centered can one get?
Meghan Markle made her first appearance in London since June of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. However, she decided not to accompany her husband, Prince Harry, to Balmoral Place, Scotland, for the funeral. Instead, she decided to stay in London.
Prince Harry exits the earliest from the funeral.
While the world was surprised by Meghan Markle’s behavior, Prince Harry was the first to leave the funeral.
Harry was the last royal to arrive at Balmoral Castle on Thursday. He was also the first to leave on Saturday, indicating that he is no longer a part of the family’s close-knit group.
No plans were announced for Harry to visit his family from the United States. However, Harry was in Britain when the Queen passed away.
On Saturday, Prince Harry took a commercial flight back to London to reunite with his wife Meghan Markle at Frogmore Cottage. According to reports, the Duke was seen leaving Balmoral in a Range Rover.
On Friday, King Charles III declared his “love for Harry and Meghan” in his first address to the United Kingdom and his Commonwealth realms.
Despite their feud with the royal family, the king expressed his love for his son and daughter-in-law, saying, “I want to express my love for Harry and Meghan as they continue to build their lives overseas.”
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