Prince Harry and Meghan Markle flew back to California after a long period of mourning the death of Queen Elizabeth II in the UK, according to reports. However, Meghan, who reportedly requested a one-on-one conversation with King Charles III during her stay in the UK, had to leave without meeting him.
Harry and Meghan were coincidentally in the UK when the Queen died, prompting them to extend their stay until her funeral. Speculation was high that Prince Harry and Prince William would regard the Queen’s death as an opportunity to end their ongoing feud. However, that doesn’t seem to have happened as the royals didn’t take any action following Meghan’s request.
Return home without reconciliation
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex flew back to California on Tuesday night, the day after the Queen’s funeral. Page Six. However, they left the UK without a peace deal with the royals, though Meghan made an effort to reach a truce.
The couple lives in Montecito with their children, 3-year-old Archie and 1-year-old Lilibet, along with Markle’s mother Doria Ragland. They moved to the coastal town after Meghan, 41, and Harry, 38, left their royal duties in 2020.
Many had hoped for a truce between the rival brothers during their recent visit to England. However, that doesn’t seem to be happening anytime soon. It is unknown what King Charles III did after receiving a request from Meghan for a meeting.
Neil Sean, a YouTuber, claimed that Meghan wanted to clear things up with the 73-year-old monarch. “It’s a very brave move by Meghan herself,” Sean said.
“Now, you know, you have to admire Meghan’s self-confidence, whatever you think,” he added.
During their stay in the UK, all eyes were on the Fab Four as they met in public for the first time following the Queen’s death.
Prince William, who invited his brother and sister-in-law to join him and Kate, thought the tour “was an important demonstration of unity at an incredibly difficult time for the family,” a royal source said. People at the time.
not all is well
Harry and Meghan were at Buckingham Palace when Queen Elizabeth’s body arrived from Scotland, and on 14 September they attended a service at Westminster Hall along with other members of the royal family after Harry took his father, brother and other members of the royal family. family in a procession through London.
Prince Harry also attended a somber vigil beside the Queen’s coffin two days before the funeral along with his brother and six cousins.
However, things looked different during the Queen’s funeral, as Harry and Meghan were ignored by William, Kate and even King Charles III.
According to body language expert and author Judi James, who spoke to Page Six, Markle sought to offer her husband “silent support” throughout the ordeal. “The best description of Meghan’s body language at the funeral was ‘understated,'” she said of the “Archetypes” podcast host.
“She seemed to offer a continuation of this silent support to her husband as she sat and walked with a look of dignity tinged with sadness.”
James stated that Harry seemed equally heartbroken over the loss of his beloved grandmother, despite Markle having been seen crying over the Queen’s death.
“Walking alongside but a great distance away from his brother, his furrowed brows and rapid blinking suggested the onset of tears,” James observed.
“When he saw the coffin being unloaded, there was the sucking of his lips, rocking from side to side and the shrugging of his shoulders that he had performed earlier to suggest he was preparing himself emotionally.”
The feud between the couple and the royals began with Harry and Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey and the standoff continues with Harry set to release his memoir and tell all in the coming months.
“There were efforts on both sides to correct this,” King said.
“Large families always go through drama, always go through turmoil. It remains to be seen – will they grow closer or will they be separated? your family.”
Tina Brown, former editor of New Yorker and vanity fair, also commented on the situation, saying that Harry should give up his book to regain his family’s trust. “This is an amazing time to be used. The country loved that feeling of unity and seeing the brothers together again was a beautiful sight,” said Brown.
Source : www.ibtimes.sg