On September 13, the casket of the late monarch arrived at Buckingham Palace from St. Giles in Edinburgh, Scotland. After a royal farewell and transfer of the funeral car to a plane, the coffin was received in London by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Prince William and Kate Middleton also arrived at Buckingham Palace before the funeral transport.
Crowds gathered outside the Palace to pay their final respects to Her Majesty before she arrives at her last resting place at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. The Queen's coffin will spend the night at Buckingham Palace before heading to the Houses of Parliament, where it will remain until the funeral on September 19.
One of the great unknowns or polemics of the queen's last hours was that Meghan Markle, his grandson's wife, was not invited to Balmoral to bid her farewell and pay her respects and honors. According to the current king, Charles of England, "it was neither appropriate nor appropriate", as the final meeting was limited to "closest relatives".
The couple, who are now raising their two children, Archie and Lilibet, aged 3 and 1 respectively, in a 14 million mansion in Los Angeles, California, then launched a series of explosive interviews, during which Meghan claimed that Kate Middleton once made her cry.
Meghan Markle, was not invited to Balmoral to bid her farewell and pay her respects and honors.
Prince Harry and his wife sparked controversy in 2020, after they announced that they would move away from their real duties and leave the monarchy behind to move to the US, a decision that left many people in the UK unhappy.According to The Daily Telegraph, the dukes want to attend the state funeral with their sons, Archie and Lilibeth, now prince and princess.