Surprise appearance of Prince Harry (35) and Duchess Meghan (38): The royal couple visited military families on Wednesday in Windsor. On Instagram, the Royals show in a short clip how they interact with people and play with small children. Meghan appeared in business look with a white blouse and black pencil skirt, plus she had combined an earth-colored coat and stilettos. According to "The Sun" Meghan allegedly told in conversation with other parents that her son Archie already begins to crawl and has two small teeth. The junior royal is six months old.
On Thursday, Harry and Meghan attended a remembrance event for war victims outside Westminster Abbey. The Duke of Sussex appeared in uniform. His wife wore a dark coat and matching hat and black boots. Harry and Meghan were supposed to be accompanied by Duchess Camilla (72). The had to cancel according to British media reports but because of an infection on the advice of doctors.
At the weekend, all important members of the royal family are expected to another memorial service: In addition to Queen Elizabeth II (93) also Prince Charles (70), Camilla, Prince William (37), Duchess Kate (37) and Harry and Meghan appear. This will be the first joint appearance of the young Royals since the TV documentary, in which Harry and Meghan talked about the great pressure they feel exposed to. Among other things, Harry explained that he and William are currently "traveling in different ways".
Time-out is approaching
In November, the Sussex family will allegedly take a break from their royal duties. As the US CNN station, citing a source in the British royal family reported, the Duke and the Duchess want to take a break at the end of the year and then spend time in America.
The "Sunday Times" also reported on a holiday of the royal couple. With her son Archie, Harry and Meghan will travel to California in November to celebrate Thanksgiving with Meghan's mother Doria Ragland (63). "The Duke and Duchess will have a busy schedule of events and commitments by mid-November, after which they will take much-needed family time," an insider cites.
Back from Los Angeles, Harry and Meghan are said to be spending the rest of their free time with Queen Elizabeth II, maintaining the tradition of the Royals celebrating Christmas at the royal Sandringham Manor. A total of six weeks to take the time out of the family Sussex, they say.