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Prince Philip’s funeral: Meghan Markle did everything to be with Harry


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Meghan Markle will not be present at the funeral of Prince Philip, it is official. Doctors have not approved her travel to the UK for medical reasons.

The verdict is in. Meghan Markle will not be at the side of Prince Harry for the funeral of Prince Philip, who died this Friday, April 9, at the age of 99. The mother of little Archie was refused permission to board a plane to travel to the United Kingdom with her husband. Despite her determination to come to the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh, doctors preferred to refuse the trip for medical reasons, reports our source. For cause, the Duchess of Sussex is due to give birth this summer.

Her husband, Prince Harry will therefore go alone in St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle to attend the funeral of his grandfather, which takes place on Saturday, April 17, in small committee. The brother of Prince William has spoken with his cousins Beatrice and Eugenie of York, but also Prince Charles to prepare his arrival from the United States, where he now resides with his wife.

An expected return

Since his departure from Buckingham Palace, now a year ago, Prince Harry had not returned to his native country. Meanwhile, the media debacle of Meghan Markle and her husband in front of Oprah Winfrey on CBS has not helped his relationship with the royals. Prince William angry at his younger son, accuses him of putting his fame before the royal family. For months the relationship between the two brothers is not in good shape. One month after the famous explosive interview, the return of Prince Harry is scrutinized. This return, will it be under the sign of reconciliation or settlement of accounts?

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