Meghan markle absent to the funeral of the Philippine prince: “she doesn’t want to be the center of attention”

Meghan markle absent to the funeral of the Philippine prince:

The funerals of the Philippine Prince will take place on Saturday, April 17, 2021 in London, at 3 p.m. local time, at 4 p.m. in france. Far from the angleterre for a year, installed in california with his wife meghan markle and their son archia (22 months,) the prince harry made his great return on British soil in the afternoon of Sunday, April 11, after taking a flight from the british airways. According to the latest information, meghan markle would have done everything to be able to accompany it but in vain.

Pregnant with her second child, the 39-year-old American actress was not advised to make such a long journey. According to other sources that would be close to the duchess of sussex, this absence that arranges everyone would have another explanation: meghan markle would not have wanted all the attention to be turned on it. Hard to believe after the interview, long and fraternal, which she granted with harry to oprah winfrey, broadcast on 8 March on cbs.

“she didn’t want to be the center of attention,” commented a source close to the sussex duchess at Dailymail.com. Meghan markle had a great relationship with the Philippine prince, “she loved him.” “meghan said that what was most important to him was to support harry,” completes the source.

The ex-star of the series would hope that the royal family could set aside and even reconcile, which the Philippine prince would have wished. Just like harry, doria is very protective and doesn’t want her to put her health in danger. Stress is the last thing that meghan needs right now,” said a source.

All the more so that meghan markle “knows whether or not attending the funerals of the Philippine prince will not change his relationship with the queen”. “meghan said it’s the time for henry to fix his relationship with his brother and father. Separate tributes from william and harryA few hours after his arrival on English soil, the Prince harry paid a new tribute to his late grandfather, much more personal this time.

The Duke of sussex paid tribute to his grandfather, “a rock for his majesty the queen to unmatched devotion”. A few minutes earlier, it was the Prince William who had paid tribute to the Philippine prince, with an unpublished photo of his late grandfather with his son Prince George, 7 years old.