Death of Elizabeth II: William, Eugenie, Anne, Andrew… The royal family meets without Harry

The disappearance of Elizabeth II gives the royal family the opportunity to come together in a moment of mourning and intense pain. Only Harry is missing. Explanations.

It was just before 8 p.m. in France last Thursday when Buckingham Palace announced the disappearance of Elizabeth II. The one her relatives nicknamed ” Lilibet In private, she passed away at the age of 96, ceding the throne to her son and direct heir, King Charles, 73. This morning also took place the ceremony which made the latter the new sovereign of the United Kingdom. The festivities began in the late morning at St. James’s Palace near Buckingham Palace, in front of cameras from around the world – a first in the history of the monarchy. Among those in attendance were the Prince of Wales, William preceded by Queen-consort Camilla. At 11 a.m., Charles III had finally officially become king, a news celebrated by the national anthem brought up to date under the title ” God Save the King “. An unforgettable sequence in the long history of the British monarchy.

This afternoon, the members of the royal family were on the departure side of Balmoral Castle where Elizabeth II passed away. Several vehicles were seen around the small church of Crathie Kirk where a religious service was being held. A moment of prayer and meditation attended by Princess Royal Anne, Andrew of York, Eugenie (in tears), Beatrice of York, Peter and Zara Phillips, as well as the Earl of Wessex and Lady Louise Windsor. Only Harry was missing. The youngest of Charles III had been called to his grandmother’s bedside last Thursday when he was expected in London to give a speech at the WellChild awards. Harry was unfortunately unable to say goodbye to his grandmother: he was told of her death during the flight which brought him to Scotland. Meghan, she had remained in London. It is rumored that she was not welcome at Balmoral…

Why did Harry go to collect himself alone at Balmoral

Harry and Meghan did not hesitate for a moment to cancel their appointments when they learned that Elizabeth II was dying this Thursday, September 8. The son of Lady Di and Charles III finally flew alone… At the king’s request! According to information revealed by the Mirror, the new sovereign would have made a phone call to his son to inform him that Meghan Markle “would not be welcome” at Balmoral. Harry made a painful decision not to cause a scandal in the heart of the royal family, which his wife also accused a year ago of racism on the set of Oprah Winfrey in a shock interview. It was with a closed face and drawn features that we saw him arrive on the tarmac an hour later. He was the first member of the royal family to leave Balmoral to return to London where the mother of his children was waiting for him., Archie and Lilibet, promoted to the titles of prince and princess as stipulated in a nearly century-old protocol. Could there be a storm in the air? Charles III sought to ease tensions in his first address to his subjects: ” I express my love to Harry and Meghan who continue to build their lives abroad “.

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Prince Andrew took part in a private mass organized in Scotland in tribute to Elizabeth II.


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Lady Louise Windsor was present at Mass in Scotland.


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Harry was the first to leave Balmoral.

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Harry didn’t have time to say goodbye to his grandmother Elizabeth II.

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William was present this morning at the accession to the throne of his father Charles III.

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It is rumored that the official funeral of Elizabeth II will take place on Monday, September 19.

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Charles III has the difficult mission of reuniting the royal family and maintaining the unity of his kingdom.

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Meghan still doesn’t seem to be welcome in the royal family despite everything.

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