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The reason Meghan Markle wasn't with the royal family at the time of Queen Elizabeth II's death

Once again the absence of Meghan Markle is notorious in a situation that concerns the entire royal family.

Meghan Markle, Queen Elizabeth II
Meghan Markle, Queen Elizabeth II

Once again the absence of Meghan Markle is notorious in a situation that concerns the entire royal family. Previously, Markle did not join her husband at Prince Philip's funeral as she was heavily pregnant with their daughter, Lilibet, and was banned by doctors from flying.

At the time of the statement about the deterioration in the health of Queen Elizabeth II, by Buckingham Palace, a spokesman for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex reported that both would travel to Scotland. However, it was only Prince Harry who traveled to be with his grandmother in his last moments.

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One of the possible reasons why the former Duchess of Sussex stayed in London and avoided contact with the rest of her husband's relatives, would be Meghan Markle and Harry's estrangement from the Royal Family since they renounced their titles.

In an interview with Oprah, the former actress claimed to have been a victim of racism and discrimination by members of the monarchy, which is why she left her royal position. This would be the main reason for the absence of Meghan Markle in such an important family occasion, however, a source confirmed that she will not attend the formal events that were scheduled in London.

Meghan Markle, the former Duchess of Sussex

After a series of disagreements with Queen Elizabeth II and the rest of the royal family, she and Prince Harry decided to give up their royal privileges and obligations. They now live in California with her two children: Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor and Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor.


 

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