Not too long ago, news broke out about the passing of Prince Philip — the queen’s beloved husband.
Some blamed Meghan and Harry’s interview with Oprah; stating that Prince Philip was cross about the interview.
But others took to social media, with a very recent photo of Prince Philip saying he was already dead.
Now the issue was, will Meghan and Harry attend the funeral of the late prince, or dare I say—would they be allowed?
Meghan Markle is reported to have wanted to be at Prince Philip’s funeral this weekend were it not for her pregnancy, regardless of the visible tension between her and the rest of the royal family.
“Meghan wishes she could have flown to the U.K. to support her husband but has been advised not to due to her pregnancy,” a source close to the Duchess of Sussex told E! News.
Reports say Meghan’s doctors have advised against her traveling due to her baby bump. But, the lingering thoughts in my mind lead me to speculate otherwise.
And it seems that Harry would have preferred to have his wife with him, as well, US Weekly reported on Tuesday that he’s very worried about leaving his pregnant wife back in America.
Though there is one silver lining to Meghan being forced to stay in California in that it will allow Harry and Prince William the opportunity to continue “working on their relationship” after their year-long rift and ahead of the June unveiling ceremony for the statue dedicated to their late mother Princess Diana.
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I think it should be clear to Meghan by now, that when it comes to the Royal family; it’s not what you want but what they give.