Without Meghan, Prince Harry is likely to attend Prince Philip’s Funeral

Without Meghan, Prince Harry

Prince Harry is scheduled to travel to the United Kingdom (UK) to attend Prince Philip’s funeral rites, which took place on Friday at the age of 99.

Meghan Markle will remain at their Montecito mansion after her birth, according to reports, and will not attend Prince Philip’s funeral.

According to accounts, Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle’s foundation Archewell paid tribute to Britain’s Prince Philip.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral will be held on April 17 at St George’s Chapel in Windsor.

More About The Duke Of Edinburgh, Prince Philip
The eldest Prince Charles, the second daughter Princess Anne, the third son Prince Andrew, and the youngest Prince Edward, 57, were born to Prince Phillip and the Queen of Britain.

Before their first wedding anniversary, Prince Philip and the Queen welcomed their first child, and they welcomed their second child in 1950.

His eldest son, Prince Charles, divorced Lady Diana after their first marriage, and his second son, Prince Andrew, and his daughter Princess Anne divorced after their first marriage.

About the fact that His Royal Highness did not become monarch, his 72-year-old son is now crown prince and will be eligible to inherit the throne after his 94-year-old mother, the Queen, passes away.

Prior to Prince Philip’s passing, the Queen’s mother died in the royal family in 2002 at the age of 101, and the Queen’s sister died just a few weeks later.

Princess Diana, who was divorced from the royal family in 1997 after being killed in a car crash, was followed in death by the Queen’s sister and husband.

While Prince Philip seemed to be in good health, he was diagnosed with health problems after the age of 95 and was admitted to the hospital on many occasions.

In February of this year, Prince Philip was treated for a health condition at two separate hospitals in London for around a month.

The Duke of Edinburgh died on April 9, 2021, at the age of 99, two weeks after being released from hospitals in mid-March for unknown reasons.

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