Last weekend, the royal family said goodbye to Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, who died at the age of 99. Prince Harry was among those who accompanied the Duke on his last journey. But pregnant Meghan Markle was not able to attend the funeral.
But, according to sources, the former Duchess of Sussex did not stay away. Meghan Markle gave the Queen a personal handwritten letter of condolence, as well as a wreath. The latter consisted of acanthus, which is the national flower of Greece, sea holly, which symbolizes Philip’s service in the Marines, and bells – as a sign of gratitude and eternal love.
Hopefully, this had at least some effect on the warming between the “runaway” Meghan and Harry and the royal family.