He will remain in Britain until the Queen’s 95th birthday
A week earlier, Prince Harry traveled to his home country of Great Britain from the USA on April 17, 2021 to attend a funeral service for Prince Philip. Apparently she should stay here at least until her grandmother’s birthday.
This is perhaps the clearest sign that the 36-year-old Royal family and former senior Royal Prince Harry are becoming close again: he will apparently be living in his home country for Queen Elizabeth’s birthday. The emperor will celebrate his 95th birthday on April 21, 2021 – the first in 73 years, which she had to experience without her husband.
Prince Harry reunited with his family after a year
Prince Philip died on Friday (April 9, 2021) at Windsor Castle. Last Saturday, a small group of only 30 relatives held a funeral for the Prince’s Concert at St. George’s Chapel. On this occasion, Prince Harry returned to his family from Montekito, California. All eyes were on the meeting with the royal family, especially his brother, Prince William, 38. Finally, the 36-year-old not only caused a sensation with “Meguxit” in March 2020, but the recently aired, controversial interview between 39-year-old Duchess Meghan, Oprah Winfrey, 67, by herself and her relatives tore off.
The most moving pictures of his departure
Prince Harry stops for Queen’s birthday
His wife lived in the United States because of her pregnancy and media hype with her 1-year-old son, Archie. It was therefore likely that the Duke of Sussex would return by plane on the way to his adopted home two days after the funeral of his beloved grandfather. An insider now reports to the British “Standard”, he wants to stay in England with his family for a few more days. He had purchased a “flexible return ticket”, but had not yet booked a flight. He wanted to go there for the Queen’s 95th birthday, but would return to the US as soon as his pregnant wife needed him. This is his “first priority”.
Source used: standard.co.uk
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