The Duke of Sussex turns 38 without celebration and away from Archie and Lilibet. They will be named prince and princess, but will not be able to use the title of Royal Highnesses. And while King Charles rests in Highgrove, William and Kate meet their subjects in SandringhamHarry of England, bitter birthday away from the children Photo Video
A sad birthday without the children, Archie and Lilibet, who remained in California. Today Prince Harry turns 38 in a sad and solemn atmosphere, in which national mourning prevents any form of celebration. The Sussexes are at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor and are very unlikely to meet any other royals. King Charles and the queen consort have taken refuge in Highgrove, while Kate and William are in Sandringham to greet the crowds in front of the royal residence. And if so far Harry and Meghan have done everything to be accepted into the family, a decision by the sovereign could spoil the harmony. - Photo | video 1 | video 2 | video 3 | video 4
REAL HEIGHTS - Carlo is ready to issue the letters patent, the legal document with which he will appoint Archie, 3 years old, prince, and Lilibet, 1 year old, princess, as children of the son of a sovereign. But the two children will not be able to use the titles HRH, His di lei / Her Royal Highness, or her royal highness. Because they are not 'working royals' and because not even parents, while maintaining this status, can use them according to the Megxit agreement. For the Sun, the Sussexes would be bombarding Carlo with requests to reconsider his position. Because HRH could mean the right to an escort for the two princes. Could. But the princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, for example, daughters of Prince Andrew and royal heights, have long lost their bodyguards, despite the fact that their father has made several requests to Scotland Yard.
AN UNMISSABLE OPPORTUNITY - Harry and Meghan now have an unmissable opportunity, to make peace in the family, in honor of their missing grandmother. Last night they attended a small reception with the whole family, including Kate and William. So far they have followed the protocol without ever straying, they have remained in the background without complaining, despite some small humiliation. Harry is not allowed to wear a uniform or even salute the coffin. A 'punishment' that for many could have been avoided. There is still a long way to go, but peace may be close at hand.
WILLIAM, THE REGINA AND DIANA - Today The Dukes of Cambridge are in Sandringham, thanking the crowd for leaving a bouquet of flowers or for saying a prayer. Chatting with people the new Prince of Wales admitted that accompanying his grandmother's coffin reminded him of painful memories of his mother Diana's funeral, when she was 15 and together with her brother had followed the coffin with his head down. . Kate was also very moved. Looking at her notes left on the bouquets of flowers, she said to her husband: 'I will burst into tears if I continue to read them.'Source: oggi.it