While Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were on their way to the Netherlands for the Invictus Games, they paid an unannounced visit to Englan. Surprisingly, the other royal couple, Prince William and Kate Middleton, also vacationed there. They finally did not see each other. The royal couple nevertheless had a chance to meet the queen and their father. Those left unseen were Prince William and Meghan Markle.
The news broke out and spread like wildfire across the UK. People of all levels used social media and expressed that there were some “feuds” going on in the royal palace. “The princes look unhappy with each other,” one user wrote, asking, “what could possibly be the reason, I wonder?” Similarly, the internet world has exploded with memes and comics depicting the royalties having something nasty going on.
The “No Prince Harry and William Meet” had a soft cause
Later it turned out it had a mild cause. Prince Harry and Meghan were to host the Invictus Games in the Netherlands, and their visit to England was a sudden shift. Because they were already on their way to the Netherlands. On the side were Prince William and Kate Middleton on a skiing holiday in the French Alps. This is how they finally ‘did not see’ each other.
Hello Magazine reports that Prince William and Kate Middleton were accompanied by their two children, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. Furthermore, the correspondent reported that they had paid a brief visit to the resort of Courchevel. Since it was long before the Easter holiday, Williama and Kate arrived back in England to celebrate Easter. Later it was seen how the royal couple went to the local church.
As William and Kate return to England, the Sussexes (Prince Harry and Meghan Markle) are still busy with the Invictus Games in the Netherlands. It is nevertheless still unclear whether they will visit their royal counterparts. Since Prince Harry is not a casual royalty living according to a schedule, we may never know until it actually happens.
Prince Harry and Kate’s visit to Windsor was “Olive roof”
The queen was apparently unhappy with Harry and Kate because there were so many things going on in the palace. Ingrid Seward, the serving royal editor, called Harry’s visit to Windsor “Olive Branch” and shared optimism that the queen “will forgive and forget everything that goes on.” Commenting on the nature of the queen, Seward suggested that the queen “is not someone who harbors resentment in her heart”. He concluded by emphasizing that Thursday is the Queen’s favorite day and she likes to forget and move on with this day. The royal editor was also convinced that she should have forgiven him and an “Olive Branch” was offered.