According to reports, King Charles reportedly warned Prince Harry that Meghan Markle’s visit to Balmoral during the final days of Queen Elizabeth II “wasn’t proper.”
Early on Thursday, the Palace declared that the 96-year-old had been placed under “medical care” because doctors were “concerned” about her health. In response, the royal family traveled quickly to Scotland to be by the queen’s bedside as she passed away.
According to a source who spoke to The Sun, “Charles told Harry that it wasn’t right or appropriate for Meghan to be in Balmoral at such a very sad time.”
He was informed that Kate [Middleton] would not be attending and that only the immediate relatives should go.
The insider continued, “Prince Charles made it very, very plain Meghan would not be welcome,” now King Charles III.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had originally intended to see the Queen together, as Page Six had previously reported. News that Harry would actually be flying alone was announced thirty minutes later.
The “Suits” alum gave yet another shocking interview to The Cut just days prior to the Queen’s passing. In that interview, she again attacked the royal family and asserted that she and Harry were “upsetting the dynamic of the hierarchy” just by existing.
Longtime royal correspondent for the BBC Nicholas Witchell warned on broadcast on Thursday that Meghan Markle “might not be too warmly welcomed, to be completely honest about it.”
According to the story, “tensions were so high and there was no way Meghan could have gone to Balmoral,” a prestigious palace.
During his first speech as the king of the UK and Commonwealth on Friday, King Charles made an effort to reach out to the couple.
He stated in a pre-recorded video statement, “I want to express my support for Harry and Meghan as they continue to build their life overseas.
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