Prince Harry attended the funeral of his grandfather Prince Philip, this Saturday, April 17, without his wife, Meghan Markle, who remained in the United States. The Duke of Sussex should soon find her, according to our sources.
Meghan Markle must be starting to find the time long. The Duchess of Sussex, six months pregnant, was unable to fly with her husband to the UK. So she attended the funeral of Prince Philip from her home in Santa Barbara. But his solitude will not have lasted very long, since Prince Harry should not be long in returning to the United States, revealed our source. The rebel of the kingdom, but protected by the queen, should spend a new night at Frogmore Cottage, the house that was offered to him after his marriage to Meghan Markle, before boarding a new plane, this Monday, April 19, to return to California.
For all that, Prince Harry will not be able to rush to embrace his wife and baby boy when he is on American soil. For the reunion, the former royal couple will still have to be patient. The youngest son of Prince Charles will, in fact, have to put himself in quarantine, according to information from our sources. This quarantine will then protect Meghan Markle, who is considered to be at “increased risk of serious illness” because of her pregnancy during the Covid-19 pandemic. “People who have not been vaccinated must isolate themselves at home for seven days, undergo a screening test and stay away from pregnant women for 14 days after their return to the American continent,” said our confreres.
As soon as arrived, as soon as left
The passage of Prince Harry in the United Kingdom has been short. He had simply moved to say goodbye to his grandfather, with whom he shared a common passion for the army. The father of little Archie was able to join the United Kingdom thanks to a national interest exception, as part of the funeral of a family member, as we reported. However, the grandson of the bereaved Queen had to comply with health measures related to the Covid-19 pandemic. Among them, a quarantine. For five days, Meghan Markle’s husband isolated himself for five days, before being able to get rid of it on April 17, the day of the ceremony in honor of the Duke of Edinburgh.
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