Meghan and Harry are expected to return to the United States as soon as possible to be reunited with their children after nearly three weeks abroad, it has been claimed.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were in the UK on a quick charity tour when the Queen tragically passed away – then the couple extended their trip to Stay in the country for the funeral.
It is understood that while the couple stayed at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor last night, they will now return to their California home as soon as possible.
Prince Harry, 38, and Meghan, 41, traveled to the UK for their charity tour, which included heading to Germany to start the one-year countdown to Invictus Games in Dusseldorf.
They were also expected to attend the WellChild Awards in London on September 8.
But it was then that Harry was told the troubling news about his grandmother – who had rushed to Balmoral in Scotland while Meghan remained in London.
tragically done He doesn’t come back in time to say his final goodbyes To his grandmother the Queen, who died on Thursday.
Yesterday, Meghan and Harry joined members of the royal family in their period of mourning to pay tribute to Her Majesty – with The Duchess sheds a tear during the emotional service.
The children were taken care of by Megan’s mother Doria Ragland66, while the Sussex family were away from their home in Montecito.
They last saw the babies on September 3 – about three weeks ago.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex German plane borrowed from taxpayers About their trip to Dusseldorf to meet the wounded soldier and the organizers of the Invictus Games.
Prior to the trip, the Sussex family was in the UK where Meghan gave a speech in Manchester at the One Young World Summit promoting young leaders.
But then it sparked anger Make no less than “54 references” to herself during her speech At City Hall Bridgewater on Sept. 5.
The departure of the Sussex family comes after ten agonizing days for the royal family.
They were joined by their families, who also rushed to Her Majesty’s Scottish residence.
After her death, the family launched an unusual tour – all four countries were taken to receive well-wishers.
Led by King Charles, the Queen’s children, closest officials and soldiers participated in coffin processions in Edinburgh and later in London – with the family Vigil in both cities.
The marathon national mourning period ended at an extraordinary climax with A state funeral on Monday.
The trip saw the Queen’s standard royal coffin carrying the coffin Imperial State Crown, Scepter and Orbthey walked through central London in very moving scenes.
Hundreds of thousands of mourners thronged London for an event that had never been seen before.
Many slept through the night to carry their place along the road – which runs from Westminster Abbey, where a service was held, before being dropped off at the mall.
After a commissioning service at St. George’s Chapel, which was broadcast around the world, she finally became Queen She was buried next to her late husband Duke of Edinburgh.
It was a She is buried with her sister Margaret the Queen Mother and father George VI In the memorial church that bears his name in St. George.