Prince Andrew, Harry and Meghan Not Welcome at Balcony Moment During Queen’s Party

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Britain’s Princes Andrew and Harry and his wife Meghan Markle will not be welcome on the stage at Buckingham Palace for Queen Elizabeth’s jubilee. This is reported by various British media.

 

There had been speculation whether the trio would be present at the anniversary for some time.

Prince Andrew has been under fire for years after being accused of sexual abuse of minors: he had been forced out of an official role for some time and recently lost his royal titles. In addition, the relationship between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, on the one hand, and the rest of the royal family, on the other, has been difficult for years after their decision to no longer be an official members of the royal family: they chose not to play an official role in 2020 more to interpret.

Queen Elisabeth has now made the decision: she has decided that only working members of the royal family will join her on June 2 on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for ‘Trooping the Color’, the military parade to mark the Queen’s birthday. That balcony moment is normally an important family affair and the culmination of the celebrations celebrating Elizabeth’s 70 years on the throne.

There have been some “downsized” balcony moments in the past, with the Queen being accompanied only by her future successor Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, and his sons William and Harry and their families. Still, it is unusual for the Queen to impose that restriction. on ‘Trooping the Colour’.

According to a source at the palace, Harry and Meghan remain “beloved members of the family” who were invited to the other events celebrating the anniversary, as did Prince Andrew.

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