Meghan Markle and the prince harry attended a mass in memory of the Queen isabel II at Westminster Hall. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex accompanied other members of the royal family at this emotional moment. Leaving mass, Meghan and Harry walked out holding hands. In front of them were Prince William and Kate Middleton, without touching each other, as required by royal protocol.
Before mass, William and Harry walked together behind their grandmother’s coffin in a procession through London. Meghan was in the car with Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, the wife of Prince Edward.
For her part, Kate – who is the new Princess of Wales – went by car with Camilla, the wife of King Charles III and the new queen consort. Both are the highest-ranking women in English royalty after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
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After the death of Queen Elizabeth, William, 40, and his brother Harry, 38, have been more united. The brothers also walked through London in the procession after the death of their mother, Princess Diana, when they were children.
Meghan, 41, and Harry joined the Buckingham Palace with the rest of the family to receive the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II. They also met William and Kate at Windsor Castle, where they greeted people gathered outside the castle to say goodbye to the queen. They have certainly been united in this difficult time.
The monarch died at the age of 96 and Prince Harry dedicated some emotional words to his grandmother, remembering unforgettable moments with her. “You are sorely missed, not just by us, but by the whole world,” Princess Diana’s youngest son said. Harry added that it brings him comfort knowing that her grandparents, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip of Edinburgh, are reunited in heaven. Queen Elizabeth’s funeral will be on Monday, September 19.
Reference from peopleenespanol.com