Meghan and Harry, who won’t be coming to London in October after all, could still be there in November for a big event.
The fall saga continues in the UK. Brits are wondering if Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will deign to show up in London with their children by the end of the year. So far, opportunities have presented themselves, and they haven’t taken them. They have cancelled their appearance at the tribute to Diana scheduled for October 19 at Kensington Palace. But according to the Daily Express, Queen Elizabeth II would work on a new big event, in honor of Prince Philip, supposed to bring together the whole royal family. The Sussexes included. The month of November is a possible time for a big reunion.
Prince Harry had planned to return on October 19, but he obviously changed his mind. He and Meghan have not officially explained why. In the United Kingdom, some consider their absence as a new affront to the Queen. But the latter seems determined to reconcile his family and does not bother with these rumors of tension. She even plans to invite Meghan, Harry, Archie and Lilibet Diana to spend Christmas with her at Sandringham.
Soon a new tribute to Prince Philip?
But before the holidays, Elizabeth II would like to organize a national service of thanksgiving to salute the memory of Prince Philip. The details of this event have not yet been determined. According to the Daily Express, the Queen hopes to hold the ceremony as early as this autumn, but her communication services are also working on a service for next spring. The place has not been chosen either: the monarch hesitates between Wesminster Abbey – where she was this Tuesday, October 12 with Princess Anne, St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle or St. Paul’s Cathedral.
Photo credits: Zuma Press/Bestimage