While on their first joint vacation to the UK since Harry and Meghan gave up their formal royal positions and relocated to the US more than two years ago, the couple paid a visit to Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle.
Their office has stated that on Thursday, while on their way to the Netherlands for the Invictus Games, the pair paid a visit to Harry’s grandmother, the Queen, who is 95 years old. Harry created and supported an international sports competition for veterans with disabilities.
The duke and duchess of Sussex, commonly known as Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, are suing the British government because they will not allow him to pay for his police security while in the country. His attorneys claim that Harry would like to take Archie, who will be three in a few months, and Lilibet, who is ten months old, back to the nation where he was born, but that doing so without police protection would be too dangerous.
Harry and Meghan, millions around the world love you and stand with you at this time. Till the last moment, The Queen witnessed your dedication to veterans #InvictusGames and youths #OYW2022 God bless. #Meghan #HarryandMeghan pic.twitter.com/BPOybNxaZg
— Invictus Generation 🌏 🦼 🥈 (@Thriveafrique) September 8, 2022
A reception for the Invictus Games, which run from Saturday, April 20, to Tuesday, April 22, will be held in The Hague on Friday. Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are anticipated to attend.
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On Thursday before Easter, the queen traditionally gave silver pieces called “Maundy money” to senior citizens at a church service. The queen had mobility concerns and caught COVID-19 in February, so she decided to stay home this year. Indeed, she represented.
Also, the monarch will miss the Easter Sunday church service the royal family usually attends. She has resumed her royal duties, which include holding virtual audiences with politicians and diplomats.