After the death of the queen Isabel II a couple of weeks ago, the royal family has started a whole “play” in honor of the monarch. Two of the “characters” who have stolen the most attention from the press are Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Starting with the fact that the couple was allegedly not invited to a state event attended by 1,000 world leaders. A source told the newspaper El Universo that, initially, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would have been invited, but then Buckingham Palace officials insisted that the reception was only for royals who exercise their functions in the monarchy.
The event or “the staging” that Harry and Meghan Markle It was held on September 18 in Buckingham, after which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were in Westminster Abbey to say goodbye to Prince Harry’s grandmother, and there the actress was moved to tears.
The Duchess of Sussex was dressed as established by protocol, in a black dress. At the ceremony she paid an emotional tribute to the queen Isabel II wearing earrings that the sovereign gave her and that are the same ones she wore on September 14 when she participated in the reception of the mortal remains of the monarch in Westminster.
The son of King Carlos III, was dressed in tails but not in a military uniform -another royal drama- after giving up his ‘royal’ obligations, and walked with his father, his uncles, his brother Guillermo and the other male grandchildren over 18 years of the deceased sovereign.
Meghan’s tears were seen just as they left Westminster Abbey, saying goodbye to the mortal remains of Isabel II. This image has gone around the world, and there have been many criticisms about it.
That Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales, daughter William, Prince of Wales, weeps may be moving, but that she weeps Meghan Markle It has been ironic and has been cataloged by many as a false act after the differences and conflicts that the actress has generated with the royal family and the British monarchy.
Harry and Meghan have remained in the United Kingdom during royal mourning away from their children who remain in the United States. the coffin of Isabel II She will rest in Windsor next to the remains of her father and her husband, Philip of Edinburgh.