Prince Harry and Meghan are said to be back in the US – no sign of peace


After funeral ceremonies
Prince Harry and Meghan are said to be back in the US – no sign of peace

There was also an ice age between Harry, Meghan and the Royals at the Queen's state funeral.

There was also an ice age between Harry, Meghan and the Royals at the Queen's state funeral.

© imago images/i Images

Prince Harry and Meghan are said to be back in the US after three weeks in Europe. But a planned arbitration meeting with the family does not seem to have taken place.

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan should not make peace with Prince William, Duchess Kate and King Charles III before returning to the United States. have closed. According to CBS presenter Gayle King, a friend of Duchess Meghan, it was not to be expected either.

Ever since Harry and Meghan stepped down as senior royals, there has been a frigid relationship between them and Harry's family. According to King, during the Queen's state funeral last Monday, there were "efforts on both sides" "to sort this out somehow," she is quoted as saying by the Daily Mail. However, there was no rapprochement. According to US Weekly, the couple should now be back in their adopted country.

King explains that large families "always go through drama" and "turbulence". It remains to be seen whether the family members will get closer again. "But I'll tell you one thing, it was good to see Harry standing with his family," King said.

No closeness during the funeral

The royal family was followed at every turn at Queen Elizabeth II's state funeral. Harry and William didn't look at each other or exchange words. Also at the subsequent service, where the wives of the two brothers, meghan and Kate, were added, any interactions with each other were avoided.

Prince Harry and Meghan already back with their children

After the Queen's funeral, Harry and Meghan have not been seen in public. The two were expected to return to America in the near future as they have not seen their children Archie and Lilibet for around three weeks due to their stay in the UK.

Sources:Daily Mail, US Weekly

ckl
SpotOnNews





Source link