Contrary to the information published by a American portal, it seems that Meghan Markle will not fly to London next July with Prince Harry for the unveiling of the statue honoring Princess Diana.
This has been assured to Daily Mirror a source close to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for deny that the ex-actress planned to accompany to the grandson of Isabel II in the act in honor of his mother.
Princes William and Harry presented the project of this statue in 2017, coinciding with the 20th anniversary of the death of his mother, who died on August 31, 1997 in Paris.
“Our mother touched many lives. We hope the statue will help everyone who visits Kensington Palace reflect on his life and legacy, “wrote the brothers then, who will give separate speeches during the inauguration. Finally, the event will be held this July 1 at the site of the statue, in the Sunken Gardens, one of Lady Di’s favorite places in the palace.
The American media claimed that Meghan Markle she wanted to travel to support her husband in what would be their first reunion after the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh. After the couple’s departure to the United States and her statements in the interview with Oprah Winfrey, this trip to London it would cause all eyes to be on the opening.
Meghan will not fly to the UK to join Harry for the unveiling of a statue of his late mother Princess Diana on July 1st, a source confirmed after a US website claimed she would be attending
— Lizzie Robinson (@LizzieITV) June 16, 2021
However, this will not be the case. “Meghan is not traveling. He just had a baby and Harry will travel alone“commented a source close to the Daily Mirror. In fact, Lizzie Robinson, who is responsible for information about the British royal house on ITV, also reported it.
“Meghan will not fly to the UK to join Harry in the unveiling of the statue of his late mother, Princess Diana, on July 1,” the journalist wrote on her Twitter.
Therefore, Prince Harry will face his reunion with his family alone and indeed the queen Elizabeth II has invited him to lunch at Windsor Castle during his visit, “a magnanimous gesture typical of His Majesty,” a courtier revealed to the Daily Mail reporter Richard Eden. “Food will be an opportunity for things to talk.”