British Royal News suggests that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were left humiliated after Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations so much so that they plan to “relaunch” themselves. Or at least that’s what one royal expert believes. Here’s what you need to know.
British Royal News: Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Left Humiliated After Platinum Jubilee Celebrations
According to Tom Sykes of the Daily Beast, Harry will apparently “relaunch” his career as a global humanitarian with a keynote address to the United Nations in New York. The event will be livestreamed and will attract plenty of attention.
Sykes says, “It will turn a page on the humiliations they suffered during their visit to England for the Platinum Jubilee, where snubs by the royals, which included being seated behind the Duke of Gloucester in a church service and being banned from appearing with the queen, apparently prompted them to fly home hours before the end of the festivities in a private jet.”
As far as how the Sussexes were humiliated while in the UK, it seems like they were being snubbed by just aout everyone from the royal family. As many fans recall, Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton made their way to St. Paul’s Cathedral for Queen Elizabeth’s Thanksgiving service much earlier than Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. William and Harry also made sure not to make any eye contact with one another, as they didn’t want the press picking up on something that could have later been misconstrued. If that weren’t enough, Prince Charles also didn’t even look in Harry and Meghan’s direction when they passed their row in the cathedral. As much as it felt like a snub, Harry and Meghan aren’t letting any of the royal drama get the best of them.
British Royal News: What’s Next For The Sussexes?
“They aren’t part of the [working] royal family anymore, and that’s a decision they have taken — but maybe [the public] hasn’t quite accepted that yet,” says a source who knows the couple. “Yes, they were low-key. They paid their respects and went home.” The source adds, “They were really here to see the Queen, and they did.”
So far Buckingham Palace has not made any comments about the matter, although at this point it’s doubtful that anything will be said. Harry and Meghan, along with their two children Archie and Lilibet, left London before the Platinum Jubilee celebrations were even over.
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