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Prince Harry hard times in the UK


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Prince Harry was in the UK for Prince Philip’s funeral for 10 days. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex called each other every day throughout his stay.

Prince Philip died on April 9, 2021. Following this, Prince Harry rushed to the UK to attend the funeral. The Duke of Sussex traveled to England without Meghan Markle, his wife, at his side. The Duchess of Sussex could not make the trip because of her pregnancy. Her doctor had advised her not to travel in her condition. It’s been almost a year since Prince Harry had returned to the country since he distanced himself from the royal family.

It was a stressful time for Prince Harry as he left Meghan Markle alone for the first time in a year. Not to mention the fact that the Duke of Sussex is on the outs with the majority of the British royal family. “Meghan and Harry called each other every day. She knows that the trip to the UK was difficult for Harry. He did not want to leave Meghan and Archie alone. Meghan assured him every day that they were fine. She doesn’t want him to worry,” our source confessed.

The tension was palpable

The already tense relationship between the Sussexes and the royal family became even more so after the shock interview given by Harry and Meghan to Oprah Winfrey almost a month ago. This did not facilitate the reunion of Prince Harry with members of his family. Moreover, some members of his family have given him a particularly cold reception.

After the funeral, Princes Charles, William and Harry were seen talking peacefully. Although nothing official has been confirmed, a summit meeting is expected to take place to determine the future of the royal family. The Duke of Sussex returned directly to Los Angeles after the funeral of Prince Philip and did not attend the 95th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II.

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