Prince Harry, Meghan dearly missed at Buckingham Palace amid COVID-19 pandemic

Prince Harry, Meghan dearly missed at Buckingham Palace amid COVID-19 pandemic

Prince Harry, Meghan dearly missed at Buckingham Palace amid COVID-19 pandemic

Prince William reportedly snubbed Prince Harry and Meghan that he only offered his brother "cold and perfunctory greeting" during the Sussexes' last royal engagement at the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey on March 9.

Harry's father the Prince of Wales and stepmother the Duchess of Cornwall are in the sanctuary of Birkhall in Scotland, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are said to be at their Anmer Hall mansion in Norfolk with their young children.

Before Meghan gave birth to Archie, itw as reported in January 2019 that Prince George revealed to a passer-by that his name was "Archie". "I don't know why he calls himself Archie but kids often play with their names and I think it's lovely".

It comes as there have been recent reports that Meghan and Prince Harry are not looking to mend their relationship with Prince William and Kate Middleton in the near future, a royal insider claimed to US Weekly. With the brothers no longer doing joint engagements and living on separate continents, with Harry in Canada for now and William, the future King of England, living in the United Kingdom, it's hard to say where things will go from here.

The Queen and her senior officials decided Harry and Meghan must not use "Royal" as part of their brand, which the Sussexes said they would agree to despite arguing on their website that the monarchy has no jurisdiction over the use of the word overseas.

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For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia. He didn't give many details about the event but quickly denounced it. "We ought to be much better than that", he added.

However, Little believed that the couple's selection of "Harrison" might originally mean "the son of Harry". "They have wanted to do something a little bit different, and they have done".

It's been more than two decades since Diana's death, but both of her sons have shown a deep commitment to keeping her memory alive.

Despite all these nicknames he has, he is not the only member of the royal family who has multiple weird tags.

This morning, the Palace announced Prince Charles tested positive for COVID-19.

"As women, it's 100 per cent our responsibility, I think, to support and uplift one another, to champion each other as we aim to succeed, to not set each other up for failure but instead to really be there rallying around each other and say, 'I want to help you.'", Meghan commented at the time.

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