First, British media reported that Prince Harry (36) was leaving London on Monday to return with his pregnant wife, Duchess Meghan (39). It is now said that the son of Prince Charles (72) and Mrs. Dee (1961-1997) have not yet booked the return flight. He wants to be there to celebrate the Queen’s 95th birthday (94), according to an Evening Standard report.
With a “flexible return ticket” he traveled to London, explains an insider of the British newspaper. Means: The time for the return flight has not yet been determined. He wanted to attend his grandmother’s birthday after the death of her husband Prince Philip (99) during this difficult time.
If Megan needs him, he will come back
He’ll return as soon as his pregnant wife Megan and son Archie (23 months) need him. The source said Meghan still had a “top priority” with him. She did not travel to the UK due to her pregnancy and media hype.
Many see the fact that Prince Harry is now staying with his family and letting his pregnant wife wait in California as an affinity with the British royal family. Fronts were tightened after the resignation of a royal dignitary and the interview with Oprah Winfrey (67) a month earlier. At Prince Philip’s funeral, Prince Harry met his family for the first time.
Post-funeral service approach: Harry and William leave church together(00:41)
The Queen breaks Christmas traditions due to death
After last Saturday prayers, Prince Harry held a conversation with his brother, Prince William, 38. However, this does not seem tense at all. So it is very likely that the blue-blooded dissident will stay with his family for a few days.
Due to the death of her husband, the Queen abandons many traditions on her upcoming birthday. The two-week period of mourning after Philip’s death is still intact, as she refuses to salute the weapon and post a new photo. For seven decades, her birthday has not been denied without her beloved husband Prince Philip. Now her grandson Harry can offer her solace at this sad time. (IMH)
Publication date: April 19, 2021, 8:31 pm
Last update: April 19, 2021, 9:06 PM