Prince Harry, Prince William and Prince Charles were crowned Queen Elizabeth II, who died last week in Balmoral, Scotland. They went to Elizabeth. It was noteworthy that Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton did not join their spouses. Meghan Markle, who remained in London after the announcement of the palace, did not go to Scotland with Prince Harry, despite the first statement. Markle and Middleton, who were expected to go to Scotland after the news that the Queen’s condition was bad, remained behind, contrary to what was expected.
Kate Middleton, on the other hand, will reach the title of the King’s wife in the future, while Prince George rose to the second place on the throne after Prince William. Only Prince William went to the Queen. Kate Middleton’s reason for staying in London is because she needs to take care of her children. When her condition worsened, Queen Elizabeth II, who was under physician supervision in Balmoral, Scotland. Elizabeth died that day.
Middleton, who was later displayed at Windsor Palace, took her children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, from their first day at Lambrook School. Prince William, who went to Balmoral with his brother Prince Harry, joined his father Prince Charles and stepmother Camilla. In an official statement from the palace, only King Charles and King Consort Camilla will be in Balmoral and will return to London the next day.
Although the reason for Meghan Markle’s stay in London was not disclosed, it was estimated that she wanted to give special time to the Royal Family. Despite all the circumstances and decisions, Meghan and Harry, who were very close to the Queen, named their daughter Lilibet. Prince Harry, who appeared on ‘The Today Show’ in April, said, “We have a very special connection with my grandmother. He can talk to me about things he can’t talk to others about,” she said. Although Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s ties to the Royal Family have been strained after the Oprah interview, it is claimed that the family will become closer after the Queen’s death.