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Meghan Markle latest – Prince Harry staying at Frogmore Cottage ALONE as he lands in UK for Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral

PRINCE Harry has returned to Frogmore Cottage while in the UK for Prince Philip’s funeral – but without his wife Meghan Markle.

The Duke of Sussex is due to attend his grandfather’s funeral on Saturday, while his pregnant wife Meghan stays in California on doctors orders.

It will be the first time Prince Harry comes face to face with other members of his family following the bombshell tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey that aired last month.

But royal biographer Tom Bower wrote in the Sun that Harry must not appear unapologetic for recent events when he arrives back in the UK.

“Now, Harry faces a moment of reckoning,” Bower wrote.

“The negotiations for his return to Britain for the funeral are certain to be fraught

“The tension will not be helped by the small number of mourners allowed at the funeral — just 30 because of Covid restrictions.

“Much will depend on whether Charles and William are willing to seek reconciliation.

“That will depend on Harry himself. If he arrives as a self-righteous, unapologetic warrior, he risks sealing a permanent divorce from his family.

“If, in the sight of Philip’s coffin and his grieving grandmother, he is contrite, he might begin to rebuild a relationship with Charles and William.”

It comes as Harry arrived in the UK from California to join the royal family at the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.

Harry is “united in grief” with his family over the death of Prince Philip and is now in quarantine after arriving back in Britain on Sunday

Meghan, 39, who is heavily pregnant, made “every effort” to be able to travel but didn’t receive medical clearance from her physician, say sources.

The service for the Duke of Edinburgh will take place at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle on Saturday April 17 – the same place where Harry and Meghan wed in 2018.  

The Duke’s funeral will mark the first time he has come face-to-face with his family since he and Meghan sat down for their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey last month.

Read our live blog below for the very latest updates on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry…

  • PHILIP DISAGREED WITH ‘PREOCCUPIED’ HARRY AND MEG

    PRINCE Philip disagreed with Harry and Meghan Markle being “preoccupied” with their own problems, a royal biographer says.

    The Duke of Edinburgh reportedly believed his grandson should follow the rule he stuck to and not talk about himself.

    But this was broken when Harry and Meghan took part in a bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.

    Gyles Brandeth told the Daily Mail the fact the interview was aired while Philip was is in hospital “did not trouble him”.

    But he added: “What did worry him was the couple’s preoccupation with their own problems and their willingness to talk about them in public.Give TV interviews by all means,’ he said, ‘but don’t talk about yourself. That was one of his rules. I know he shared it with his children. I imagine he shared it with his grandchildren, too.”

  • ROYAL FAMILY NEWS: THE LATEST

  • BBC BLAST

    Meanwhile, BBC has been flooded with over 100,000 complaints about the wall to wall coverage of Prince Philip’s death.

    The Beeb tore up its usual schedule after news of the Duke of Edinburgh’s death broke shortly after noon on Friday.

    Many viewers were left fuming after their favourite shows – including the MasterChef final – were ditched so special tribute programmes could be laid on.

    The coverage is believed to be one of the most complained about bits of telly in British history.

  • PRINCE HARRY’S TRIBUTE TO ‘WITTY’ GRANDPA PHILIP – ‘MASTER OF THE BARBECUE, LEGEND OF BANTER & CHEEKY ’TIL THE END’

    PRINCE Harry today paid tribute to his “witty” grandfather Philip – remembering the duke as the “master of the barbecue and legend of banter”.

    Harry, who last night returned to the UK from his home in the US, said the Duke of Edinburgh was “cheeky ’til the end”. He thanked the dedicated royal for being a “rock” to his grandmother the Queen – just minutes after his brother William also paid tribute.

    Prince Harry said: “He was authentically himself, with a seriously sharp wit, and could hold the attention of any room due to his charm – and also because you never knew what he might say next.

    “He will be remembered as the longest reigning consort to the Monarch, a decorated serviceman, a Prince and a Duke. But to me, like many of you who have lost a loved one or grandparent over the pain of this past year, he was my grandpa: master of the barbecue, legend of banter, and cheeky right ’til the end.

    “He has been a rock for Her Majesty The Queen with unparalleled devotion, by her side for 73 years of marriage, and while I could go on, I know that right now he woudl say to all of us, beer in hand, ‘Oh do get on with it!’

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  • PRINCE PHILIP PASSED ‘GENTLY’ AS IF ‘SOMEBODY TOOK HIM BY THE HAND AND OFF HE WENT’

    PRINCE Philip died “gently” as if “somebody took him by the hand”, his daughter-in-law said today.

    Sophie Wessex spoke to mourners after attending a Sunday service at the Royal Chapel of All Saints at Royal Lodge in Windsor.

    Read more here.

  • PRINCE PHILIP’S COMFORTING WORDS HELPED WILLIAM AND HARRY COPE WITH PRINCESS DIANA’S FUNERAL

    PRINCE Philip’s comforting words to William and Harry to help them cope with Princess Diana’s funeral have emerged after the Duke’s death.

    Diana died in August 1997, when William and Harry were just 15 and 12 respectively.

    Philip, concerned for his grandsons, helped the brothers through their grief.

    William and Harry were staying with their dad Prince Charles, Philip and the Queen at Balmoral in Aberdeenshire at the time of Diana’s death in Paris.

    He showed his support by walking alongside the boys at Diana’s funeral.

    Read more here.

  • BRITS URGED TO RAISE A GLASS TO PRINCE PHILIP AS THE NATION’S PUBS – INCLUDING WINDSOR’S DUKE OF EDINBURGH – REOPEN

    THE landlords of the Duke of Edinburgh pub have raised a toast to Prince Philip and urged the rest of England to do the same today as the country unlocks.

    Nick Tilt and Annie Andrews held up their glasses outside their boozer in Windsor — just a few miles from the Castle.

    Staff and locals joined them as they paid tribute to the Queen’s husband, who died on Friday at the age of 99.

    They gathered as the pub, like many others, prepared to reopen today — to provide outdoor service.

    Windsor-born Annie, 65, said it was “fantastic” to raise a glass to the Duke – who was fond of beer — and to “let out a big cheers!”

  • QUEEN TO DECIDE IF HARRY CAN USE TITLES FOR FUNERAL

    THE Queen will have to decide whether Prince Harry can use his ‘HRH’ title in the order of service for Prince Philip’s funeral after an agreement made during Megxit.

    Harry could technically be referred to simply as the ‘Duke of Sussex’ for the service – with his grandmother set to make the final decision.

    Both Meghan and Harry gave up the titles His and Her Royal Highness after Megxit, although Harry is still sixth in line to the throne, and remains a prince.

    The couple agreed to stop using the word ‘royal’ in their commercial and charitable ventures.

  • ROYAL EXPERT SAYS ‘SHOW OF UNITY’ IS VITAL FOR REPAIRING RELATIONS AFTER OPRAH INTERVIEW

    Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams has said a “show of unity” is vital for repairing relations after the “very damaging” remarks made in the Oprah interview.

    He told the MailOnline: “Harry will undoubtedly want to be there and this might start a process which helped to heal the current royal rift.

    “His grandfather would undoubtedly welcome it if the monarchy, the institution he spent his life supporting, was strengthened as a result of the start of a reconciliation which began after his death.”

  • PHILIP DISAGREED WITH ‘PREOCCUPIED’ HARRY AND MEG

    PRINCE Philip disagreed with Harry and Meghan Markle being “preoccupied” with their own problems, a royal biographer says.

    The Duke of Edinburgh reportedly believed his grandson should follow the rule he stuck to and not talk about himself.

    But this was broken when Harry and Meghan took part in a bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.

    Gyles Brandeth told the Daily Mail the fact the interview was aired while Philip was is in hospital “did not trouble him”.

    But he added: “What did worry him was the couple’s preoccupation with their own problems and their willingness to talk about them in public.Give TV interviews by all means,’ he said, ‘but don’t talk about yourself’.

    “That was one of his rules. I know he shared it with his children. I imagine he shared it with his grandchildren, too.”

  • PHILIP’S THREE LAST DEMANDS OF CHARLES

    PRINCE Philip reportedly asked three things of his eldest son Charles before he died – including to care for the Queen when he is gone.

    The Duke of Edinburgh is said to have summoned his son in the weeks before his death as he recovered from an infection and heart surgery in hospital.

    Royal sources said that during one conversation at the King Edward VII’s Hospital at the end of February, the father and son had “full and frank” and “heartfelt” discussion, The Mirror reports.

    Among his final requests, the Duke is said to have advised Prince Charles on caring for the Queen when he was gone.

    He also spoke about how the Prince of Wales should lead the Royal Family through the years aheadaccording to expert Robert Jobson.

    His third wish was to go home to rest, so he could die in his own bed behind the walls of Windsor Castle, a Palace source revealed.

  • PHILIP WILL ‘HOLD SPECIAL PLACE’ IN HARRY’S HEART

    PRINCE Harry has today said he, Meghan Markle, baby Archie and the couple’s unborn daughter will “always hold a special place in our hearts” for Prince Philip.

    The Duke of Sussex paid an emotional personal tribute to his grandfather after flying back to the UK from the US for Saturday’s funeral.

    It comes shortly after Prince William hailed “extraordinary” Philip – saying his children will miss their “mischievous” great-grandfather.

    Harry, 36, was seen getting off a British Airways flight from Los Angeles that arrived at Heathrow at 1.15pm on Sunday.

    He is stating at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, the home he once shared with Meghan, 39, who has remained in California.

    Sources close to the couple said the Duchess wanted to join her husband but was advised against travelling by her doctor as she is heavily pregnant with their second child.

  • PHILIP DIDN’T BELIEVE MEG AND HARRY WERE RIGHT TO LEAVE

    Prince Philip believed Harry was a “good man” but didn’t believe he and Meghan Markle were right to leave the royal family, a pal claims.

    The Duke of Edinburgh is said to have felt “sorry” over the fallout from the Megxit saga and regretted his grandson’s decision to step down.

    But according to a friend of Philip, he ultimately accepted Harry’s decision, saying: “It’s his life”.

    Gyles Brandeth told the Daily Mail: “The Duke of Edinburgh was not pleased, nor did he believe that Harry and Meghan were doing the right thing either for the country or for themselves.”

    But it seems Philip was also sympathetic to Harry’s desire to “do this own thing in his own way”, adding “people have to lead their lives as they think best”.

  • QUEEN ‘RELYING’ ON PRINCE ANDREW

    THE Queen is “relying heavily” on Prince Andrew in the wake of her beloved husband’s death, sources say.

    However, her daughter-in-law Sophie Wessex says the monarch continues to think of others before herself – and called her “amazing”.

    While there is no suggestion the Duke of York will return to his public duties, a palace source says he hopes to be a “rock” for his mother in the difficult days to come.

    They told the Telegraph: “He is the closest to the Queen of any of her children and is her most frequent visitor, as he lives so close by.

    “She has increasingly come to rely on him for support, and he is only too willing to give it.”

  • PRINCE PHILIP PASSED ‘GENTLY’ AS IF ‘SOMEBODY TOOK HIM BY THE HAND AND OFF HE WENT’

    PRINCE Philip died “gently” as if “somebody took him by the hand”, his daughter-in-law said today.

    Sophie Wessex spoke to mourners after attending a Sunday service at the Royal Chapel of All Saints at Royal Lodge in Windsor.

    Read more here.

  • PRINCE PHILIP’S COMFORTING WORDS HELPED WILLIAM AND HARRY COPE WITH PRINCESS DIANA’S FUNERAL

    PRINCE Philip’s comforting words to William and Harry to help them cope with Princess Diana’s funeral have emerged after the Duke’s death.

    Diana died in August 1997, when William and Harry were just 15 and 12 respectively.

    Philip, concerned for his grandsons, helped the brothers through their grief.

    William and Harry were staying with their dad Prince Charles, Philip and the Queen at Balmoral in Aberdeenshire at the time of Diana’s death in Paris.

    He showed his support by walking alongside the boys at Diana’s funeral.

    Read more here.

  • BRITS URGED TO RAISE A GLASS TO PRINCE PHILIP AS THE NATION’S PUBS – INCLUDING WINDSOR’S DUKE OF EDINBURGH – REOPEN

    THE landlords of the Duke of Edinburgh pub have raised a toast to Prince Philip and urged the rest of England to do the same today as the country unlocks.

    Nick Tilt and Annie Andrews held up their glasses outside their boozer in Windsor — just a few miles from the Castle.

    Staff and locals joined them as they paid tribute to the Queen’s husband, who died on Friday at the age of 99.

    They gathered as the pub, like many others, prepared to reopen today — to provide outdoor service.

    Windsor-born Annie, 65, said it was “fantastic” to raise a glass to the Duke – who was fond of beer — and to “let out a big cheers!”

  • PRINCE ANDREW’S COMEBACK

    PRINCE Andrew hopes Prince Philip’s funeral will fuel his comeback to public life – but Charles believes there is “no way back” for the disgraced duke, it has been reported.

    The Duke of York has been kept out of the public eye ever since his car crash interview with Newsnight’s Emily Maitlis about his friendship with convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

    But yesterday, he spoke publicly for the first time since, paying tribute to his father and “grandfather of the nation”.

    It is now reported that Andrew spoke out because he is increasingly confident he will be able to return to some of his royal duties in future, believing the public will soften their stance towards him. 

    His supporters hope Brits will sympathise as they see him grieve at the Duke of Edinburgh’s televised funeral on Saturday.

    A source close to Prince Andrew told the Daily Mail: “He still harbours thoughts that he can make a comeback. He genuinely thinks that’s possible.”

  • WILLIAM’S FULL STATEMENT

    In a written statement, Wills said: “My grandfather’s century of life was defined by service – to his country and Commonwealth, to his wife and Queen, and to our family.

    “I feel lucky to have not just had his example to guide me, but his enduring presence well into my own adult life – both through good times and the hardest days.

    “I will always be grateful that my wife had so many years to get to know my grandfather and for the kindness he showed her.

    “I will never take for granted the special memories my children will always have of their great-grandpa coming to collect them in his carriage and seeing for themselves his infectious sense of adventure as well as his mischievous sense of humour!

    “My grandfather was an extraordinary man and part of an extraordinary generation.

    “Catherine and I will continue to do what he would have wanted and will support The Queen in the years ahead. I will miss my Grandpa, but I know he would want us to get on with the job.”

  • CONTINUED

    “But to me, like many of you who have lost a loved one or grandparent over the pain of this past year, he was my grandpa: master of the barbecue, legend of banter, and cheeky right ’til the end.

    “He has been a rock for Her Majesty The Queen with unparalleled devotion, by her side for 73 years of marriage, and while I could go on, I know that right now he would say to all of us, beer in hand, ‘Oh do get on with it!’

    “So on that note, Grandpa, thank you for your service, your dedication to Granny, and for always being yourself.

    “You will be sorely missed, but always remembered – by the nation and the world.

    “Meghan, Archie, and I (as well as your future great-granddaughter) will always hold a special place for you in our hearts”.

  • PRINCE Harry today paid tribute to his “witty” grandfather Philip – remembering the duke as the “master of the barbecue and legend of banter”.

    It comes after the Duke of Sussex touched down in the UK yesterday to make sure he could attend his grandad Philip’s funeral on Saturday.

    In a written statement, Prince Harry said: “My grandfather was a man of service, honour and great humour.

    “He was authentically himself, with a seriously sharp wit, and could hold the attention of any room due to his charm – and also because you never knew what he might say next.

    He will be remembered as the longest reigning consort to the Monarch, a decorated serviceman, a Prince and a Duke.”

  • WILLS TRIBUTE TO PHILIP

    PRINCE William has today hailed “extraordinary” Philip – saying his children will miss their “mischievous” great-grandfather.

    The Duke of Cambridge shared a sweet photograph of his son George with Prince Philip – snapped by Kate Middleton – thanking his grandfather for his ” infectious sense of adventure”.

    In the emotional statement, William, 38, said he was grateful that wife Kate had been able to spend time with the Duke of Edinburgh.

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    The Duke of Cambridge shared an emotional snap of Prince Philip alongside great grandson George, taken in Norfolk in 2015

     

  • QUEEN TO DECIDE IF HARRY CAN USE TITLES FOR FUNERAL

    THE Queen will have to decide whether Prince Harry can use his ‘HRH’ title in the order of service for Prince Philip’s funeral after an agreement made during Megxit.

    Harry could technically be referred to simply as the ‘Duke of Sussex’ for the service – with his grandmother set to make the final decision.

    Both Meghan and Harry gave up the titles His and Her Royal Highness after Megxit, although Harry is still sixth in line to the throne, and remains a prince.

    The couple agreed to stop using the word ‘royal’ in their commercial and charitable ventures.

    In February, they were also stripped of their honorary titles by the Queen after confirming they won’t return as working members of the Royal Family.

  • PRINCE PHILIP HAD NO INTEREST IN NETFLIX’S THE CROWN

    PRINCE Philip gave a damning assessment of The Crown, saying “I have no interest in soap operas”. 

    The Duke of Edinburgh, who died on Friday aged 99, refused to watch the hit Netflix show which portrays the ups and downs of royal life. 

    Writing for MailOnline, royal expert Gyles Brandreth claimed the Duke “did not watch” the royal drama.

    Asked about the show, she said that the Duke had once told her: “I have no interest in soap operas.”

    The Duke is played by Matt Smith in season 1 and 2. On Saturday, the 38-year-old actor sent his condolences to Philip’s family and said the Duke was “the man”.

  • QUEEN ‘RELYING’ ON PRINCE ANDREW

    THE Queen is “relying heavily” on Prince Andrew in the wake of her beloved husband’s death, sources say.

    However, her daughter-in-law Sophie Wessex says the monarch continues to think of others before herself – and called her “amazing”.

    While there is no suggestion the Duke of York will return to his public duties, a palace source says he hopes to be a “rock” for his mother in the difficult days to come.

    They told the Telegraph: “He is the closest to the Queen of any of her children and is her most frequent visitor, as he lives so close by.

    “She has increasingly come to rely on him for support, and he is only too willing to give it.”


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