Staying in California, Meghan Markle and Archie were able to talk with Elizabeth II before the funeral of Prince Philip, a source revealed to People this Wednesday, April 21.
This Saturday, April 17, Elizabeth II paid a last tribute to Prince Philip in St. George’s Chapel in Windsor. On this sad day, the monarch was able to count on the support of her children and grandchildren, present at her side. If Meghan Markle, pregnant with her second child, could not accompany Harry, she was able to talk with the queen before the funeral, reveals a source to People this Wednesday, April 21.
While Harry, for whom “the trip was difficult”, kept calling them, Meghan Markle and Archie, who stayed in Montecito, “also spoke with the queen earlier this week,” the insider reported. A delicate attention that has undoubtedly touched Elizabeth II, who celebrates this Wednesday, April 21, her 95th birthday. A painful birthday for the monarch because it is the first, since 74 years, that she spent without Prince Philip at her side. And as a misfortune never arrives alone, Harry returned to the United States.
Elizabeth II and Harry, a reunion at the top
This Tuesday, April 20, Prince Harry, who “did not want to leave Meghan and Archie alone” too long, flew to California. So if he was not present for his grandmother’s birthday, the Duke of Sussex was able to see her in private during his stay in England. According to our source, the brother of William was able to talk with Elizabeth II at least twice. While the firm is struggling to digest the couple’s explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, Harry and the queen did not discuss their differences. “The family put these issues aside to focus on what really mattered,” said a person close to the Duke of Sussex.
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