It is likely that Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry will not be able to meet Queen Elizabeth II during their September trip to the United Kingdom. While in Britain, the pair are set to attend several charity events across the country.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit the UK again. And they have a busy schedule in Europe. On Monday, she will attend the One Young World summit in Manchester, where Meghan will give a keynote speech. The next day, the couple will head to Germany and on Thursday, Harry will give a speech in London at the WellChild Awards, the Mirror portal wrote.
With Queen Elizabeth II. but they don’t meet. The couple will probably not have time to arrange the necessary security measures required by their visit to the Queen, the Telegraph magazine reported.
In addition, there is speculation about the deteriorating health of the 96-year-old monarch, who now resides at Balmoral Castle. Because of this, for the first time during her reign, she does not appoint a prime minister in Buckingham Palace, but in a Scottish castle.
Although Harry and Meghan would fall under the protection that already exists at royal residences such as Balmoral and Windsor, there could be difficulties due to their special activities and travel.
While they can use a private security team they hire in the US, Prince Harry says those agents would not have access to enough British information to keep his family safe.
Prince Harry has previously said that he, his wife and two children should be given permanent security by the monarchy when they are in the UK. And this regardless of the fact that they have the status of non-working members of the royal family. However, once they move to the United States, they are not entitled to this type of protection, which is paid for out of the taxpayers’ pockets in Britain.
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