Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have spent their UK visit largely unnoticed, slide on wednesday and then leave sunday before the Platinum Jubilee ends. But the Duke and Duchess of Sussex deliberately chose to keep a very low profile during their trip, a source familiar with the couple said. People. That source said that no one should be surprised by that choice; Their visit stems from their loyalty to the Queen above all.
“They are not part of [working] royal family too, and that’s the decision they made — but maybe [the public] haven’t fully accepted it yet,” a source said of public expectations that Meghan and Harry will appear at more events. “That’s right, they don’t matter. They paid their respects and went home.”
“They actually came here to see the Queen, and they did,” the source added.
The notable couple have not publicly interacted with Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince Charles, or Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, despite being at two events with them. At Trooping the Color on Thursday, Harry and Meghan Take pictures to watch the parade inside the Major General’s Office with other senior members of the royal family. They weren’t part of the balcony flying moment or the carriage procession.
During National Thanksgiving on Friday, Meghan and Harry be photographed arriving and departing at different times than Kate, William, Charles and Camilla. Nor are they allowed to sit near the four working royals.
These decisions have helped them avoid photographed reunions — and ensure their relationship with the royal family (and any tense talks between Harry and William) don’t prevail in the face of the world. media.
Meghan and Harry released a photo of their daughter Lilibet on her first birthday after they returned home. They celebrated Lili’s first birthday with an “intimate backyard picnic” at Frogmore Cottage on Saturday, June 4, their spokesperson confirmed, inviting close friends and family. family. Kate and William did not attend as they had a royal engagement in Wales for the Platinum Jubilee.
Lili met her eponymous, great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II, on Thursday, a source told Tonight’s reception.
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