Meghan Markle was not invited to see Queen Elizabeth during her final moments
Meghan Markle was nowhere to be seen when she was summoned to Balmoral Castle with her husband, Prince Harry, following the news of Queen Elizabeth’s death.
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Meghan Markle’s presence at Queen Elizabeth’s bedside was not requested
Royal expert Katie Nicholl recently sat down with Entertainment Tonight following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
During the interview, Nicole shared that Meghan Markle was not invited to join the royal family during Queen Elizabeth’s final hours.
She claimed: ‘It is understood that the family wanted Prince Harry to be there even if he was unable to get to Balmoral in time to meet his grandmother.’
Furthermore, she said, ‘But Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, we understand, was not invited to join the family.’
‘She’s said she’s going to Balmoral again,’ added Nicole. But I think it’s very significant that Prince Harry traveled to Balmoral without his wife.’
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were due to attend the Wellchild Awards in London when news of Queen Elizabeth’s declining health emerged.
Therefore, the couple canceled their appearance and immediately rushed to Scotland to be at the queen’s bedside. Although it was initially reported that Markle would be joined by her 37-year-old husband, he was caught arriving alone.
Meanwhile, Kate Middleton was also absent at the time of her death. She lived in Windsor with her three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
Meghan Markle postponed her appearance on Jimmy Fallon
Meghan Markle stopped interviewing Jimmy Fallon in the wake of Queen Elizabeth II’s death.
The former American actress was booked to appear on NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday, September 20.
“Meghan was on Fallon,” an insider told Page Six.
He added, ‘I don’t know what she was going to say, but it’s cancelled.’
Meanwhile, the Duchess of Sussex also pushed back the next episode of her controversial podcast, Archetypes. New episodes of the podcast are streamed every Tuesday on Spotify.
Meanwhile, Harry’s father, King Charles III, spoke about him in his first public speech on Friday.
He said: ‘I also want to express my love as Harry and Meghan extend their lives abroad.’
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