Meghan Markle as well as Prince Harry were among the members of the royal family waiting at Buckingham Palace to receive the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II on Tuesday 13 September.
King Charles III as well as Queen consort Camilla they were joined by the brothers and sisters of the new regent Princess Anna, Prince Andrew as well as Prince Edward. Prince William as well as Princess Kate there were also palace officials confirmed.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have made little appearances with members of their British family since stepping down from royal duties in 2020 and moving to California. They joined the new Prince and Princess of Wales, 40, who greeted mourners on Saturday 10 September at Windsor Castle, two days after the Queen died at the age of 96.
William personally invited Harry, 37, and Meghan, 41, to appear with him and Kate. “They were delayed in arriving while they were finalizing plans,” the source said exclusively. Us weekly public reunion.
According to the royal expert, their united front is ideal for a father. Christopher Andersen. “I think [Charles is] very cautious and I think he is trying to be subordinate and trying to be a unifying figure. I think he needs to sell to the British, for example, a number of things. And one of them is Camilla as a queen,” Andersen explained. Us on Monday, September 12th.
“He needs to have all hands on deck, which means both William and Harry will be partners too.” Day of Diana’s death the author continued. “And I think the relationship with Harry and William is still risky.”
The brothers will continue to appear together at events leading up to the Queen’s State Funeral, which will take place on Monday, September 19.
Following her death on Thursday 8 September at Balmoral Castle in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, the Queen’s coffin was taken to Holyroodhouse Palace in Edinburgh, accompanied by 72-year-old Anne. On Monday, September 12, she had a service at St. Giles’ Cathedral. those in the area were able to pay their respects in person before it was flown by the Royal Air Force to England on Tuesday.
The remains of the late sovereign arrived to the applause of thousands of mourners who lined the streets. Her coffin, draped in the Scottish standard and adorned with flowers, is due to spend one last night at her longtime home, Buckingham Palace, on Tuesday before moving again.
On Wednesday, September 14, there will be a procession to Westminster Hall, where the royal family will take part in a short service led by the Archbishop of Canterbury with the Rev. Dr. David Hoyle, Dean of Westminster.
Following this ceremony, the state farewell will begin and the public will be able to pay their respects in person for several days before her state funeral.
Her final resting place will be at Windsor Castle in a grave alongside her late husband Prince Philip, who died at the age of 99 in April 2021.
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