Harry and Meghan cover up for Queen’s absence at St Paul’s Jubilee Celebrations


The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s appearance, which was met with cheers, attracted press attention and pointed to a possible reconciliation with the ‘firm’.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle upon arrival at St. Paul’s Cathedral.Neil HallEFE
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Principe Harry You Meghan Markle The Royal Family has collectively covered up the Queen’s absence Platinum Jubilee in St. Paul’s Cathedral. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who had not attended an official ceremony for two years, were applauded and sheltered by the public at the entrance. Prince Charles, who initially took the place, is reserved for Elizabeth II.,

The 96-year-old emperor has canceled his appearance after feeling “some anxiety” Following the official opening of the Jubilee celebrations with her double appearance on the balcony of Buckingham before a gathering of over 100,000 spectators at London’s ‘Mall’. The Queen watched the Thanksgiving ceremony from her official residence at Windsor Castle, the night before in a ceremony of 3,000 beacons lit in her honor to mark the 70th anniversary of her reign.

The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has also missed a historic appointment at St Paul’s after testing positive for Covid, as has Principe Anders, who hasn’t even been able to move in with her daughters Beatriz and Eugenia. Prince Andrew and Harry and Meghan have both been notable absences on the Buckingham balcony from the Queen’s apparent decision over the past day.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have put up a thoughtful backdrop during the Trooping the Color parade that began the four-day anniversary celebrations. However, on Friday, he posed with full respect for the cameras at St Paul’s entrance and was cheered on by the crowd, in a clear sign of reconciliation,

It’s been two years since Harry and Meghan attended the official ceremony with the Royal Family. He didn’t occupy the first benches reserved for Carlos, Camilla, William and Kate, but he played a relatively prominent role and caught the attention of the cameras in the Queen’s absence.

A day earlier, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex presented their daughter Lilibet to the Queen for the first time, who will turn a year older on Saturday. The long-awaited meeting took place at Windsor Castle after a family lunch held at Buckingham Palace.

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