Inside Prince Harry, Prince William’s Royal Reunion: Behind the Scenes of Dramatic Appearance with His Wives

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Prince Harry and Prince William shocked the world when they appeared alongside their wives for the first time since 2020.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Prince William and Kate Middleton, sometimes known as the “Fab Four”, left Windsor Castle on September 10 to view floral tributes left by Queen Elizabeth II following her death on September 10. September. 8.

However, the special occasion was marred by reports that Prince Harry and Markle delayed the reunion.

‘Yes of course they were an hour late, it was because his father, now King Charles, told Prince William to extend the invitation because they found out Meghan Markle had her US PR firm booking a ride.’ alternative’, which was fired. So, it was a last minute invitation to deflect that, she was breaking protocol (once again),” royal watcher Hilary Fordwich told Fox News Digital.

A representative for Markle did not provide comment when contacted by Fox News Digital.

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The “Fab Four” viewed floral tributes outside Windsor Castle on September 10.
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Fordwich explained that Prince Harry and Markle likely had to “fight” to get ready for the public moment, and while she couldn’t confirm, she noted that the Duchess of Sussex normally has her hair and makeup team on hand.

“It was a last minute invite, so yeah, they had to fight to get ready, they weren’t in mourning.”

“The Prince of Wales olive branch led to a 45 minute negotiation before the ‘Fab Four’ met… also Prince William was quite dismayed by some coverage that focused on Harry and Meghan’s movements on day Queen Elizabeth II died rather than the extent of the mourning,” Fordwich added. “So, she decided to get in touch with Harry and Meghan.”

The 45-minute negotiation was likely due to Prince Harry’s request for adequate security. The Duke of Sussex is currently in a legal battle with the UK government as he fights over security following his decision to step down from his senior role as a royal.

“If we see more of Harry and Meghan in the next few days, other than Monday’s service, we won’t hear of the appearance until the last minute,” royal expert Kinsey Schofield told Fox News Digital.

“This is how they are operating while in the UK, Prince Harry is currently in a legal battle with the government over his safety, and it is my understanding that the ‘negotiations’ that took place prior to the joint appearance on Saturday were related. with security. Harry is still afraid for the safety of his family, but I think we’ll see more of them.”

Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle came together to honor Queen Elizabeth II after her death.

Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle came together to honor Queen Elizabeth II after her death.
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Royal author Christopher Andersen, who wrote “Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry, and Meghan,” told Fox News Digital that Queen Elizabeth II’s death has likely brought Prince William and Prince William together. Harry to honor her. .

“William and Harry have come together at this unique moment in history to honor the grandmother they both loved, just as they briefly reunited for Prince Philip’s funeral and the unveiling of Kensington Palace’s statue honoring his mother on last year,” he said. “But it remains to be seen if they return to their separate corners as soon as the funeral is over.”

The royal author also spoke to Fox News Digital about Prince William’s title change and how that could affect his relationship with Prince Harry.

“Harry knew this time would come,” Andersen said. “That’s why he and Meghan struck out on their own to create a life for themselves away from the gravitational pull of the monarchy.”

“As much as Harry loves his brother, he has always fought in William’s shadow to some extent,” he added. “Harry is happy that William and Kate are so willing and ready to take on the heavy burden of being Prince and Princess of Wales. But if the Sussexes felt overshadowed by the Cambridges, one can only imagine how they feel now.”

Andersen stressed that the royal family is “on their best behavior” in an effort not to shame the family name following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

“William and Harry used to laugh and joke almost every time they were together. Those brotherly banter that were the hallmark of their relationship are now not very apparent,” he told Fox News Digital. “They’re polite enough to each other, but that’s about it. They’re all on their best behavior for now, careful not to do anything that might embarrass or upset their grandmother.”

King Charles III appeared to extend his own olive branch to Prince Harry by mentioning his son and Markle in his first speech after taking the throne. However, it is unclear whether further steps will be taken to repair the father-son relationship.

“Charles has extended an olive branch to Harry and Meghan by mentioning them in his accession speech, but it’s hard to imagine much will come of it,” Andersen said. “The palace is holding its collective breath, waiting to see what new bombshells are contained in Harry’s next memoir.”

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The outing marks the first time the Prince and Princess of Wales and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been photographed together since March 2020.

The outing marks the first time the Prince and Princess of Wales and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been photographed together since March 2020.
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Harry announced that he was writing a memories that tell it all in 2021 and reportedly failed to inform Charles before the news broke.

“I write this not as the prince I was born into, but as the man I have become. I have worn many hats over the years, both literally and figuratively, and my hope is that as I tell my story, the The ups and the downs, the mistakes, the lessons learned, I can help show that no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think,” he said in a press release at the time.

“I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to share what I have learned throughout my life thus far and excited for people to read a first-hand account of my life that is accurate and completely truthful.”

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