Queen Elizabeth boycotting Prince Harry and Meghan?
Does Queen Elizabeth have a strategy in place to boycott Prince Harry and Meghan Markle?
For British Royalty, Armistice Day is a very special date. It is a November day in which Commonwealth soldiers who fell during the war that occurred between 1914 and 1918 are honored.
In November, the wreath that Harry and Meghan brought to the cemetery in Los Angeles was interpreted as a gesture intended for the press. Back then, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were also said to have tried to prove to the British crown that they did not need their permission to be part of the tribute.
Meghan and Harry, in the latest edition of this ritual, were only able to participate in the Los Angeles National Cemetery, laying flowers on two specific graves: that of a member of the Australian Air Force and of a member of the Canadian Artillery.
That day, the couple received harsh criticism for not being part of the traditional event in London and in the last hours the real reason was known: according to news reports, that this would have happened due to a restriction imposed by Queen Elizabeth.
Despite the criticism, the couple took the tribute very seriously. In addition to the offering, the prince participated in a podcast.
In November 2020, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tried to participate in the traditional tribute that, every year, the royal family pays to the fallen soldiers of the First World War . However, they could not achieve it.
News reports now reveal that, after having abandoned their positions in the British crown, Queen Elizabeth denied them access to the ceremony.
Chirag Vasani is Chief Editor for wwbnn. He has been writing online and offline since many years now. When he is not writing, he likes to play golf.