Prince Philip’s last rites in April were attended only by family and close friends due to coronavirus restrictions, but his granddaughter Meghan Markle was not on the guest list. The Duchess of Sussex could not serve with her husband Prince Harry because she was too pregnant at the time and doctors had advised her not to travel from California to the UK.
A biography of Harry and Meghan detailing their departure from the royal family according to a new chapter in “The Freedom Seeker”, the family members were “quietly happy” that Meghan was unable to attend the ceremony. Sources close to Sussex claimed that the family feared Meghan’s appearance would mean unnecessary headlines and that they “did not want a circus.” A senior royal source said the same thing, telling the family that Meghan did not want to “make a spectacle”. Free
The funeral came just weeks after Harry and Meghan’s explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, in which she made several serious claims about the royal family and Buckingham Palace. This was the first time he had been confronted by the royal family since the interview, as well as his separation from the royal family a year ago.
A. Source Alum, who is close to the “suit”, said at the time that she had a “special relationship” with Prince Philip and “loved him”, but decided to skip the last rites because she too was the center of attention. “I didn’t want to make it. In service. The insider claimed that “Meghan said that her main concern at the moment is to support Harry. Harry went to the funeral alone where he was allegedly given a” frosty “reception by his family members.
The latest edition of “Finding Freedom” will be released on August 31 – the 24th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death. Amid Scooby, who co-authored the book with Caroline Durand, previously revealed that some of Harry and Meghan’s friends with whom he spoke for the book said the couple responded to Queen Elizabeth II’s racist allegations. Were disappointed
Although Sussex denied any connection to the claim, royalists argued that Scooby’s personal friendship with him guaranteed that nothing in the book was published against his wishes. ۔