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Prince Harry was informed of the Queen’s death by his father, King Charles, five minutes before the official announcement was made, it has been revealed.
Victoria Ward, respected royal correspondent for daily Telegraphmade the astonishing claim on Sunday, amid a profound sense that the relationship and trust between Harry and Windsor is at rock bottom, and the meticulously curated presentations of the united front are merely ostentatious.
If Ward’s claim is true, and there is no reason to doubt it, it means that the Prime Minister, Liz Truss, knew that the Queen had died at least two hours before the Queen’s own grandson, Harry.
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A reliable source told The Daily Beast that the Queen died shortly after 5 p.m.
Charles is understood to have told both of his sons to go to Scotland on the Thursday morning that he died, with Ward saying Harry received that call “sometime after Prince William.”
Ward implies that Harry was not invited to join the RAF flight that carried William, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and his wife, Sophie, to Scotland, adding that instead his colleagues had to book their own private charter. who took off from Luton Airport at 5. :35 p.m., which, Ward says, was an hour after Truss was informed of the Queen’s death.
Charles was eventually able to reach Harry in his private chartered plane, and following that call, a statement was issued at 6.30 p.m. Harry’s plane landed 16 minutes later.
He did not see his father or his brother on Thursday evening, as he was taken to a private dinner at Charles’ house on the Balmoral estate, leaving Harry to eat with Andrew, Edward and Anne.
Harry is said to have been devastated when he was given a military uniform for his grandmother to wear, which was not accompanied by the late Queen’s royal EIIR cipher, indicating that the wearer was a trusted “colleague”. -D-Camp”. emperor, was Wire Told.
A military source told The Daily Beast: “It was a snag for Harry, as Andrew was allowed to wear them while no longer even a ‘Royal in service’. It’s twisting the knife a bit.”
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