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King Charles III told his son Prince Harry that Meghan Markle was “not welcome” to join the rest of the royal family at Balmoral. Sunday has been informed. If true, the report would settle the mystery as to why Meghan was announced Thursday to move to Balmoral with Harry, and then just as suddenly found out he wasn’t.
a source told Sunday: “Charles told Harry that it was not right or appropriate for Meghan to be at Balmoral in such a deep sorrow. He was told that Kate was not leaving and that the numbers should really be limited to the closest family. Charles made it very clear, Meghan will not be welcome.”
King Charles III expresses ‘love for Harry and Meghan, vows to serve like Queen Elizabeth’
William’s wife, Kate Middleton, remained in England to care for their three young children, who were starting that day at a new school.
Harry eventually traveled alone, even though Sunday Claims, there was a lot of space on the plane that Prince William, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and their wife Sophie took to the north—and with Harry at their British base at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, none of the royals living nearby Might have shared a car with them for the airport. Sun It is said that Harry was refused to board the plane.
As it was, Queen Elizabeth’s death was announced at Balmoral while Harry was still in mid-air on a private jet while the rest of the royals were at Balmoral. Harry eventually arrived at the former monarch’s Scottish home an hour and a half after the announcement, and departed Balmoral on Friday morning to receive a commercial flight from Aberdeen – the first British Airways flight of the day – back to London.
A traveler told The. told Sunday: “He barely moved for a full hour’s flight and was clearly reflecting on his beloved grandmother. It was very sad to see him without the other royals to comfort him. I really hope that the Queen’s Death will help them to heal their cracks.”
After all, it is thought that only Charles and Princess Anne were with the Queen since she died—Charles owns a Scottish home and Anne was living at Balmoral. Anne, Andrew, Edward and Sophie stayed at Balmoral on Friday, while Charles, William and Harry returned to England.
Charles’ blunt demand that Meghan stay away is in stark contrast to the headline-making olive branch he offered to the couple on Friday afternoon in their first televised address as king.
“I also want to express my love for Harry and Meghan as they continue to build their lives overseas,” Charles said in his address from Buckingham Palace. But William and Harry remain isolated, and the family still distrusts Harry and Meghan, which they have said and claimed in previous interviews about their treatment within the royal family. The royal family has also been nervous about what more Harry might do in his upcoming memoir.
As told by a royal insider Wire: “It’s hard enough to spend too much time with someone you know is going to publish an entire book about you. I think people appreciate that the Queen was Harry’s beloved grandmother, but She was the CEO of the organization against which she has spoken negatively.”
A source also told the newspaper: “I think the general reaction to Harry and Meghan’s behavior has been one of unreliability to be honest. Even if you look at the last few weeks, He has once again made outspoken remarks in interviews to the Duchess. They seem so different from reality, living in a kind of L.A. bubble. It’s really unbelievable.”
Now there are questions about what roles Harry and Meghan will play at Queen Elizabeth’s funeral and how prominent those roles will be.
Last night, William and Harry, Sunday said, had returned to their neighboring cottage in Windsor, but the newspaper reported that “there has been little, if any, communication between them.”
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