Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly returned to California after a long period of mourning for the death of Queen Elizabeth II in the UK. Meghan, who reportedly requested a conversation, had to leave without seeing him.
Harry and Meghan happened to be in the UK when the Queen died, prompting them to extend their stay until her funeral. Speculation was widespread that it was taken as an opportunity. However, that didn’t seem to happen as the royal family didn’t take the initiative at Duchess Meghan’s request.
go home without reconciliation
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex returned to California on Tuesday night, the day after the Queen’s funeral. 6 pagesBut while Meghan reportedly worked for a truce, they left Britain without a peace deal with the royal family.
The couple live in Montecito with Markle’s mother, Doria Ragland, with their children Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1. Meghan Markle, 41, and Prince Harry, 38. After stepping down from public service in 2020, the two moved to a coastal city.
During a recent visit to England, many expected a truce between feuding brothers. However, that doesn’t seem to be happening any time soon. It’s unclear what Charles III did after receiving Meghan’s request for a meeting.
YouTuber Neil Schon claims Duchess Meghan wanted to clear the air with the 73-year-old monarch. “This is a very brave move by Meghan herself,” Sean said.
“Well, whatever you think, you have to admire Meghan’s confidence,” he added.
While in the UK, all eyes were on the Fab Four, who met in public for the first time since the Queen’s death.
Prince William, who invited his brother and sister-in-law to join him and Kate, thought the outing was “an important show of unity during an incredibly difficult time for the family,” a royal source said. people at the time.
everything goes wrong
Harry and Meghan were at Buckingham Palace when Queen Elizabeth’s body arrived from Scotland on Sept. 14, when Harry took his father, brother, and other family members on a march around London.
Prince Harry also attended a solemn gathering next to the Queen’s coffin with his brother and six cousins two days before the funeral.
Things looked different, though, as Harry and Meghan were given the cold shoulder by William, Kate, and even Charles III during the Queen’s funeral.
According to body language expert and author Judy James, page Sixth, Markle appeared to offer her husband “quiet support” throughout the ordeal. The podcast host talked about “archetypes.”
“She appeared to offer her husband that silent continuation of support as she sat and walked with a sorrowful, dignified look.”
James said that Harry seemed equally heartbroken over the loss of his beloved grandmother, even though Markle was seen mourning the death of the Queen.
“He was walking by, but quite a distance from his brother. The wrinkles in his brows and the rapid blinking of his eyes suggested that tears were starting to form,” James said.
“When he saw the coffin lowered, he sighed like he had done before to suggest that he was supporting himself emotionally, lip sucking, side-to-side rocking, shoulder swaying. I had a roll.”
The feud between the couple and the royal family began with Harry and Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey, and the stalemate continued, with Harry releasing a memoir and a tell-all book in the coming months.
“Efforts have been made on both sides to get this right to some extent.” king Said.
“big family Always experience drama, always experience turmoil. Will they be drawn in or will they be drawn apart?There’s no inside information on that, but I’ll tell you this: It was nice to see Harry standing with his family.
Former Editor Tina Brown New Yorker When vanity fairalso commenting on the situation, harry To regain his family’s trust, he should let go of his books. “This is an incredible moment. The country loves a sense of unity and it was a beautiful sight to see the brothers come back together,” Brown said.
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