- King Charles III informed Harry that Meghan was not well received
- The prince ignored his father’s request and went to the flower walk with Meghan
- The couple was accompanied by the new princes of Wales
DISOBEY THE KING? Following rumors that King Charles III asked his son, Prince Harry, not to attend Queen Elizabeth II’s farewell party with his wife, Meghan Markle, it seems he decided to ignore any request and make it to the flower walk – in honor of the late queen – along with the former actress causing rumors to resurface.
Windsor Castle was the place where the new Princes of Wales and the Dukes of Sussex raised their indifferences and walked as a couple to honor Queen Elizabeth II, who died at the age of 96. The appearance of the “Fantastic Four”, a nickname designated in the United Kingdom for William, Harry, Kate and Meghan, caused a furor in the crowd, who did not hesitate to rejoice at the olive branch between the brothers.
MEGHAN INTRODUCES WITH HARRY
After the death of Queen Elizabeth II, several rumors about the relationship between the new King Charles III and his son, Prince Harry, spread when it became known that he had been asked not to attend Balmoral – the residence where the queen died – in company of his wife, Meghan Markle. Apparently, sources close to royalty indicated that there was a difficult family situation due to the statements of the Duchess of Sussex.
In a gesture of reconciliation between the two brothers, the new Prince of Wales decided to invite his brother, Prince Harry, to the flower walk at Windsor Castle to honor Queen Elizabeth II, who died at the age of 96. age. Both Prince William and the new Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton, attended the site, but were surprised to see who was with them after so long.