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This Sunday, November 8, Elizabeth II will be surrounded by her son Charles and grandson William, accompanied by their wives Camilla and Kate, as part of Remembrance Day. An event that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will not attend…

Remembrance Sunday will indeed take place: confinement or not. This Thursday, November 5, until at least December 2, the British must remain confined to try to stem the second wave of the coronavirus. Despite everything, Remembrance Day will take place as planned. This Sunday, November 8, Elizabeth II will be joined on the balcony of the Cenotaph by her direct heirs: her son Charles and her grandson William. They will be accompanied by their wives Camilla and Kate, as Vanity Fair indicates.

A way then, not dissimulated, for Queen Elizabeth II to remind her subjects that her direct lineage is before them and that Prince Harry is no longer part of it. He who, last December, had been offended that Elizabeth II gave her Christmas speech by omitting, willingly or unwillingly, to put a picture of him and Meghan by her side. Prince Harry had already been upset to see his grandmother posing with Charles, William and George, his three heirs, without him.

A new life that fills him with happiness

Prince Harry has his new life in the United States with his wife Meghan Markle and his son Archie. A daily newspaper that bears no resemblance to the one he had in England and which seems to please him, despite the omnipresence of the paparazzi. The couple who had made two express appearances in the UK in recent months – without their son – were due to be back in London next January. A compromised comeback due in particular to the health crisis affecting the whole world and the restrictions imposed on travelers.

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