Did he or did not sing the “God Save The King” at the end of the grandmother’s funeral ceremony? He mounts a small yellow around Harry’s figure, with social media accusing him of keeping silent at the key moment while the media defends him. Meanwhile, images of the Duke of Sussex at his grandmother’s funeral go around the world. In Westminster Abbey, in the presence of about 2 thousand guests, the religious ceremony ended with two minutes of silence (observed throughout the Kingdom) and the hymn which, with King Charles III at the throne, returned to being the original ” God Save The King “. But on social networks Harry’s silence is underlined in the key moment, judged as a spite against his father who in these days of mourning, through some decisions, would have humiliated him in the eyes of the royal house and the world. But the media assure: “Harry sang too, he sang in unison with the rest of the family”.
The disappearance of the grandmother represented a moment of strong emotion for the second son of
who, in recent days, had remembered Elizabeth II with a letter in which he had spent beautiful words for the sovereign.
For some, however,
at the end of the ceremony he would have committed a lack of respect towards the new sovereign, his father Carlo, who would have decided for him and for his wife
a future away from the royal family, so much so that the grandchildren
Archie and Lilibet
, will become respectively prince and princess but without acquiring the title of His Royal Highness. A decision, even this, that would have sent Harry and Meghan into a rage. Like the others of these weeks.
In the wake
at the Westminster Hall of the grandchildren of Elizabeth II, on 17 September, for example, Harry, who is no longer a “working royal”, was still allowed to wear the army uniform, by permission of Charles, but ” in the middle “. It was the first time Harry had actually appeared in uniform since the start of the period of mourning in which he had remained in ‘plain clothes’, but.
a key element was missing on the shoulder pad
: the acronym of the grandmother’s nameCopyAMP code
found on British postage stamps and the royal uniforms of the Beefeater guards at the Tower of London.
A “mutilation” that would have shattered his heart “for
“, according to Harry’s closest friends. And if that wasn’t enough, another no less revealing one has been added.
Carlo would have excluded his second son and his wife Meghan Markle from the reception
on the eve of the state funeral with the heads of state and world leaders.
Another protocol mess these days, if, as the Daily Telegraph picked up by other tabloids, it seems that the Dukes of Sussex were initially scheduled for the special event at Buckingham Palace. According to rumors, in the end the couple would have been excluded from the list of the Palace, because the presence was foreseen only for members of the royal family ‘on duty’.