Harry and Meghan To Stay in U.K after Queen Elizabeth’s Shocking Demise?

Harry and Meghan To Stay in U.K after Queen Elizabeth’s Shocking Demise?

Despite all the developments in the Royal family over the past few years, the whole family recently gathered in Balmoral after the sad demise of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. This meant that Prine Harry and his Dutchess, Meghan, also arrived at the Balmoral Castle to be with the family at the most challenging times.

Queen Elizabeth’s sad demise on the 8th of September went down as a black day for the United Kingdom and the whole world as well. The royal family is in a deep sense of mourning that will most probably continue for ten more days. Leaving aside other states of affairs and domestic complications, the entire family has come together to support each other.

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The Ex-royalty also attended the rituals and ceremonial events along with others. Although things were not so good between the royals and the Sussexes, the heartbreaking decease of The Queen Mother could not keep Harry away for long. As per reports, there has been an overwhelming course of developments lately concerning the Duke’s decisions. 

It is just fair to say that the pair obviously wants to be present for the Queen and pay her Tribute. At the time when The Queen was breathing her last at her Balmoral Estate, Dutchess Meghan and Prince Harry were already in Europe for the WellChild Awards in London.

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The estate where she passed away was the place she loved the most. It bore some of the beautiful memories of her grandchildren and the rest of the family. The Duke could not hold back and joined the devastated family soon after receiving the shocking news. Whereas the Dutchess stayed back for the time being with the children.

Now that both of them are already together at the palace, reports say they will continue to be there until the completion of 10 days of mourning. The above-said is a piece of confirmed news as it comes from the insiders. Royal editor correspondent Emily Nash issued this shocking insight in her revelation to Hello Magazine.

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