Meghan Markle did not appear next to her husband, Prince Harry, who was summoned to Balmoral Castle upon hearing the news of Queen Elizabeth’s death.
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Meghan Markle was not asked to attend by Queen Elizabeth’s bedside.
Royal expert Katie Nicholl has joined Entertainment Tonight after the recent death of Queen Elizabeth II.
In an interview, Nicholl told Meghan Markle that her invitation to join the royal family during Queen Elizabeth’s final hours had not been extended.
“It is understood that the family wanted Prince Harry to be there, even though Prince Harry could not arrive in Balmoral on time to meet his grandmother,” she claimed.
Moreover, she said, ‘but I understand that Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, was not invited to join the family.’
Nicholl went on to say, ‘She said she would go to Balmoral next time. But I think it’s quite significant that Prince Harry traveled to Balmoral alone without a wife.’
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were due to attend the Wellchild Awards ceremony in London after news of Queen Elizabeth’s ill health.
Therefore, the couple canceled the appearance and immediately ran to Scotland, where they sat by the queen’s bed. Initially there were reports that Markle would join her 37-year-old husband, but she was caught arriving alone.
Meanwhile, Kate Middleton was also absent at the time of His Majesty’s death. She stayed in Windsor with her three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
Meghan Markle to star in Jimmy Fallon
Meghan Markle postponed her interview with Jimmy Fallon after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
The former American actress is scheduled to appear on NBC’s Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday, September 20.
‘Meghan was due to arrive in Fallon,’ one insider reported to Page Six.
They added, ‘I don’t know what she was talking about, but it’s definitely canceled now’.
Meanwhile, the Duchess of Sussex also postponed the next episode of the controversial podcast Archetypes. New episodes of the podcast are streamed on Spotify every Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Harry’s father, Charles III, spoke about them in his first public address on Friday.
‘We want to express our love for Harry and Meghan as they continue to build their lives abroad,’ he said.