Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will stay in the UK after the queen’s death
A quiet castle.
Two days after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, prince harry greeted mourners outside Windsor Castle and reflected on the loss of her grandmother.
“It’s a lonely place now without her,” he told several fans in the large crowd gathered outside his home on September 10, as seen on a video captured by Sun. “Every room he was in, we felt his presence everywhere.”
Harry was accompanied by his wife. Meghan Markle as well as his brother prince william Y Kate Middletonwho recently received the titles of Prince and Princess of Wales for by by King Charles III. This was the first time in over two years that the quartet, once called the “Fab Four” by the British press, had gathered in front of cameras to meet members of the public.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had already been to the UK before the queen’s death at Balmoral Castle, her holiday home in Scotland, on September 8. After a dire message from their doctors, Harry, William and other members of the royal family rushed to the 96-year-old woman’s side, but the brothers were unable to reach the residence in time to see her before she passed away, according to multiple reports.