Immediately before the Queen's death: did Charles forbid Harry to bring Meghan to Balmoral?


Writed by - Andy Gocker
  Charles is said to have forbidden Harry to bring Meghan to Balmoral
Two days before the Queen's death, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan were guests in Düsseldorf. From there they traveled on to London. © IMAGO/Panama Pictures, IMAGO/Christoph Hardt,

It was just a little tweet from a journalist, but this one was tough. After it became known at noon on Thursday, September 8th, that Queen Elizabeth II is dying , had Harry and Meghan have announced through a spokesman that they will immediately make their way to Balmoral Castle. Together! However, this should not have met with enthusiasm behind the palace walls. Father Charles is said to have made it clear to his son on the phone that Meghan was not welcome in Scotland, at least that's what the newspaper 'The Sun' claims to have learned.

Father-son conversation on the phone

After the Sussex couple's initial announcement, a half hour passed on Thursday, during which things quickly came to a head. According to The Sun, Prince Harry was at Frogmore Cottage when he reportedly got a call from his father.

In it, Charles is said to have forbidden Harry to bring Meghan with him. 'Charles told Harry that it was not right or appropriate for Meghan to be in Balmoral at such a sad time,' a source told the newspaper. that even Kate would not be going to Balmoral and that those present would be limited to the immediate family.

Video: Harry traveled to Scotland alone

Notoriously, Harry eventually backtracked. Made his way to Scotland alone. It is unclear how much pressure the palace put on him. Valuable time may have been lost in the back and forth at the end. Because the 37-year-old grandson of the Queen was too late to say goodbye to his grandmother.

  Prince Harry was late to say goodbye

Meghan cancels appearances and projects

It has also been revealed that Meghan has canceled several scheduled appearances in New York that were scheduled for the day after the Queen's likely funeral date. The Duchess of Sussex was scheduled to appear on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, 47, on September 20, the same day she and Harry were also due to attend the UN General Assembly in Manhattan.

Meghan is also said to be planning to delay the release of the next episode of her podcast Archetypes. This was scheduled for next Tuesday (September 13) on Spotify, as reported by Page Six.

Reconciliation in sight?

Can the mourning for the Queen reunite the family? In his first television speech as a monarch, King Charles not only commemorated his deceased mother, Queen Elizabeth († 96), but also dedicated warm words to his two children, Prince William and Prince Harry. Above all, the conciliatory message to his youngest son surprised many royal fans. (abl)

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