After the passing of the Queen, Meghan Markle was “unwelcome” in Balmoral.

Meghan Markle skipped the trip to Balmoral, where Queen Elizabeth passed away as her children flocked to the sick monarch.

In addition, it was rumored that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would be visiting Scotland shortly as the news of the Queen’s critical condition spread.

While Harry was spotted alone in a car with a somber expression, the Duchess of Sussex was nowhere to be found.

According to an informant who spilled the beans to In Touch magazine, the Suits alum skipped Scotland because she is “unwelcome” there.

Given her relationship with the royal family, Meghan believed it would be inappropriate to visit Balmoral, a source informed the magazine on September 8th.

The insider continued, “It was solely direct family, and she is not wanted there.

The Queen passed away at Balmoral on September 8th at the age of 96. Meghan Markle was not one of the royals that went.

How, therefore, was the Duchess of Sussex told of the monarch’s passing? It’s possible that her husband, Prince Harry, who was visiting at the time, broke the tragic news to his wife.

Prince Charles, Duchess Camilla, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, Sophie Wessex, and Harry’s brother Prince William were among the numerous royals that visited Her Majesty’s estate.

Following news of the Queen’s failing health, Harry and Meghan canceled their presence at the WellChild Awards, which were hosted on Thursday.

Thursday morning, a representative for the organization said: “The Queen’s doctors have expressed worry about her health following additional testing this morning and advised that she continue to be under close observation. The Queen stays put in Balmoral in comfort.”

At 18:30, the monarch’s demise was made official in the following way: “The Queen passed away peacefully this afternoon at Balmoral. The King and the Queen Consort will spend this evening and tomorrow in Balmoral before departing for London.”

Aides in black also officially affixed the announcement to the railings outside Buckingham Palace as the Union flag was lowered to half-mast.

Charles, Harry’s father, has assumed the throne of England as the Queen’s successor.

When her husband ascends to the throne, Camilla Parker-Bowles will take on the role of Queen Consort. The Queen made a very personal message on the night of her Platinum Jubilee in which she laid out her hopes for the future of the monarchy.

She remarked, “I’m forever grateful for and humbled by the loyalty and love you all continue to show me.

“I know you will support my son Charles and his wife Camilla in the same way that you have supported me, and it is my earnest hope that when that time comes, Camilla will be known as Queen Consort as she continues her own faithful duty,” the monarch said.


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