Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan: Will they not be visiting the Queen in Scotland?

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan: Will they not be visiting the Queen in Scotland?

Prince Harry and Duchess Megan
After all, he is not going to meet the Queen in Scotland?

Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan at their first joint appearance in London.

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Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan will not be visiting the Queen in Scotland. A visit to this effect was reported earlier.

Prince Harry (37) and Duchess Megan (40) apparently should not travel to Balmoral to visit the Scottish summer residence of Queen Elizabeth II (96). Information about such a visit had been given earlier also. So far As the “New York Post” now reportsCouples living in the United States need not be on the guest list.

Sun It was reported over the weekend that staff at the monarch’s Scottish estate had been instructed to prepare for “the full line-up of royals, including Harry, Meghan and their children Archie and Lilibet”. However, multiple sources have confirmed to the US paper that the Sussex family will not be moving in with Harry’s grandmother. The couple will remain in the US until Harry’s highly anticipated memoir is released in the fall.

In early 2020, the Sussexes stepped down as senior royals and moved to California.

last meeting in june

Harry and Meghan last saw the Queen in June when they visited the UK to celebrate their platinum anniversary. There he introduced his daughter Lilibet, nicknamed Lily, who was born in the United States in June 2021, to the emperor for the first time. Queen Elizabeth also met her great-granddaughter and namesake twice. However, there was no meeting with Harry’s brother Prince William, 40, his wife Duchess Kate, 40, and their children. Although the expatriates are said to have invited them to their British home, Frogmore Cottage, for Lilibet’s first birthday, the Cambridges were in Wales on official business.

Queen is located in Scotland

The Queen arrived at Balmoral Castle on 21 July and would stay at Craigavon ​​Lodge for ten weeks. A wheelchair-accessible lift has been installed at the rustic stone house, and the Queen is said to have been battling mobility problems for some time.

Members of the royal family are expected to meet the Queen there in the coming weeks. Prince Charles (73), Duchess Camilla (75) and Prince William, Duchess Kate and their three children Prince George (9), Princess Charlotte (7) and Prince Louis (4) are expected to arrive.


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