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Who wants to hurt Prince Harry so badly?


On Sunday, November 8, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were the main absentees from the Remembrance Day ceremony. The Times reported that the Queen had nothing to do with it…

Who wants to hurt Prince Harry so badly? This Sunday, November 8, Elizabeth II was joined at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London by Prince William, Kate Middleton (wearing jewels belonging to His Majesty), Prince Charles and his wife Camilla for Remembrance Sunday.

Only Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were missing, so they organized their own remembrance ceremony at the Los Angeles National Cemetery. Yet Queen Elizabeth knows how much this national day of remembrance for war victims means to her grandson, who served in the British Army for 10 years.

But, according to the Times, Elizabeth II would have done nothing to disavow Prince Harry on such a symbolic day. He, moreover, wanted to have a wreath laid in her name in the United Kingdom for the occasion. An ambition that Prince Harry was keen on but that His Majesty was unaware of.

It is thus another representative of the crown who would have refused to accede to the request of Prince Harry who is said to be extremely “wounded”. So much so that he laid his crown not in the United Kingdom but in Los Angeles, where he now lives with Meghan Markle and Archie.

Malevolent forces” at Buckingham Palace?

A revelation of The Times which then confirms Prince Harry’s words about “malevolent forces” at Buckingham Palace. Robert Lacey, the author of Battle of Brothers reported in Vanity Fair that the Duke of Sussex was always convinced that some were acting behind his grandmother’s back to harm him and his wife.

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