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Why Harry isn’t ready to reunite with Meghan Markle after Prince Philip’s funeral


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Having arrived from the United States to attend the funeral of Prince Philip this Saturday, April 17, Prince Harry should not see his wife Meghan Markle soon. Indeed, health crisis obliges, the Duke of Sussex will have to comply with a number of rules.

On April 11, Prince Harry, dressed in chino pants and a jacket, was seen at Heathrow Airport in London. The Duke of Sussex visibly made the trip alone, as his wife Meghan Markle, pregnant with his second child, was ordered by her doctor not to travel. Well arrived on English soil, the grandson of the Queen is currently in quarantine at Frogmore Cottage. Indeed, due to the health crisis, the Duke of Sussex must isolate himself until the funeral of his grandfather which will take place on Saturday, April 17 at Windsor Castle. But once the ceremony is over, Prince Harry should not find his wife Meghan Markle and his son Archie so quickly.

According to our source, the youngest son of Prince Charles will have to isolate himself for 14 days when he returns to Los Angeles. Indeed, in the United States, pregnant women are considered at “increased risk of serious illness” during the coronavirus pandemic. To avoid any problems, “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” report our confreres. Prince Harry, whose media do not know if he has already been vaccinated or not, is not ready to hug his wife and son Archie.


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Prince Harry’s two very different tributes to his grandfather, Prince Philip

Despite all these restrictions, it seemed out of the question for Prince Harry not to come to the UK to pay tribute to his grandfather. Just after his death, the Duke of Sussex had published a first message on the website of his foundation Archewell. “In memory of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh (1921-2021). Thank you for your service… We will miss you very much” he had made known in a very sober message, very criticized across the Channel. In a second tribute, Prince Harry was much more affectionate towards this grandfather he appreciated so much. “For me, like many of you who have lost a loved one or a grandparent during this painful year, he was a grandfather: master of the barbecue, legend of the joke and impertinent until the end” he had declared thereafter with malice about the Duke of Edinburgh. A much more personal tribute that reflects the tenderness of this grandson who bitterly regrets not having been able to say goodbye.

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