Death of Queen Elizabeth II
Last night Harry and Meghan Markle joined the family, William, Kate and King Charles, to welcome grandmother Elizabeth II’s coffin, which arrived at Buckingham Palace from Scotland.
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Death of Queen Elizabeth II
Days of mourning in England are those that follow death of Elizabeth II, which took place on 8 September at the age of 96. After the mass at Belfast Cathedral, yesterday the coffin flew to London: the deceased Sovereign was taken to Buckingham Palace, where the whole family was waiting for her, as well as thousands of people, who flocked out to the Palace to give her one last greeting. After years of accusations, controversies, heated interviews, it seems that mourning has brought the brothers together William and Harryalso at the behest of dad King Charles. We read in People that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined their families last night too, to welcome their grandmother’s coffin..
Harry and Meghan at Buckingham Palace with the Royals
Harry and Meghan Markle last night they joined King Charles III, the queen Camillato Prince William and the Princess Kate Middleton and to other members of the royal family to welcome the coffin of the deceased Sovereign who traveled from Scotland, where it was until yesterday, to Buckingham Palace. After the walk with their wives to visit the grandmother’s floral tributes, the brothers would be trying to get closer and closer. An insider at the Palazzo told People that this “It is such an incredible historical moment, so deeply private for the family that it is hoped and thought that all members will unite and support the King”. Including father Carlo would like to see his children united again, and his wish could come true with the union in memory of his grandmother. The person close to the Royals concluded the statement of him by claiming that “Some wounds can be healed in the meantime“.CopyAMP code
King Charles’s desire to see his children close
The union of William and Harry in this moment of mourning marked a moment defined by many as “historic”: they had already shown themselves close during the presentation ceremony of the statue of Lady Diana, but this time it seems that both have let go, as a sign of peace. It would have been the Prince of Wales to invite his brother and his wife to join them, to visit the floral tributes to his grandmother: after two years of tense relationships, the “fantastic 4”, as defined by many, arrived together in Windsor, attracting worldwide attention. “The Sovereign sees mourning as an opportunity to make peace” told an aide of the royal family. Father Charles III dreams of seeing his children united again now that he is on the throne.