The meeting between Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan and the Queen at the platinum anniversary is said to have lasted just fifteen minutes.
The visit of Prince Harry (37) and Duchess Meghan (40) to the Queen’s platinum anniversary (96) caused a stir last week and gave some royal fans hope for reconciliation. According to a new report by the British “The Sun”, at least the time the Sussexes spent together with the jubilarian was very limited. The meeting with the Queen lasted just under a quarter of an hour for the two. And that despite the fact that the monarch got to know her great-granddaughter Lilibet (1) for the first time.
It was a “quick in and out” meeting, the site claims to have learned from a palace insider. “It was all very formal.” On June 4th, Lilibet celebrated her first birthday at Frogmore Cottage, her famous parents’ UK estate. A day later, and while the Queen’s 70th jubilee celebrations were in full swing, they traveled back to their adopted home of the United States.
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The fact that Harry has not been seen with his older brother William (39) during the entire period has since fueled speculation in the British press that the relationship between the two may have hit a new low.