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US News Prince Edward recognizes that the Megxit has been difficult for the royal family of England

12:50  11 june  2021
12:50  11 june  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announce the birth of their daughter Lilibret Diana

 Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announce the birth of their daughter Lilibret Diana © AFP / Ben Stansall Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on March 11, 2019 in London. AFP / Ben Stansall Will the arrival of this happy event soothe tensions in the royal family? Meghan Markle and Prince Harry reported on this Sunday "with immense joy" of the birth of their second child, "Lili" Diana. The 39-year-old actress gave birth on Friday, June 4 in a discretion, in a Santa Barbara hospital in California.

Prince Edward called the rupture of Harry and Meghan with the Royal British family of "difficult for everyone". The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have abandoned their royal duties and settled in California, the native country of the actress, at the beginning of the year 2020, explaining more intimacy.

The relationship between the couple and other family members remained tense, especially since the broadcast of an interview with Harry and Meghan with Oprah Winfrey last March. And for Prince Edward, the Cadet Son of Queen Elizabeth II, the situation is simply ... "Sad". "It's hard for everyone, but that's a family," he told CNN.

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The uncle of Prince Harry also expressed his compassion for the couple, very experienced by the tabloids. "Listen, strangely, we all have been there - we have all undergone an intrusion and excessive attention in our lives, and we all managed that in a slightly different way. We wish them a lot of courage. It's a very difficult decision to take, "he said.

In an interview for the BBC, Prince Edward said he tried to avoid getting involved in family affairs, especially when everything is played so publicly. "There are all kinds of problems and circumstances. We are all there. I do not get involved. It's a lot safer like that, "he said.

Prince Edward also presented his best wishes to Harry and Meghan, who welcomed their second child, a daughter named Lilibret Diana - in honor of the family nickname of Queen Elizabeth II and Diana, Princess of Wales - La last week. "Well, we just wish them a lot of happiness. It's a fantastic new and, absolutely, I hope they will be very happy, "he said.

The interview of Edward was broadcast Thursday (June 10, 21), on the occasion of what would have been the 100th anniversary of his father, Prince Philip. The Duke of Edinburgh died last April and, although he never wanted his centenary to be the subject of a great "agitation", his relatives want to celebrate his life. "He did not really expect the centenary, even if we were waiting for it. We go ahead and celebrate what could have been and his life and I think we try to do something very positive, "said his son.

Prince Eugenie exit with her royal baby .
Video: "The war of ideas is an alternative to the civil war," esteem Eugénie Basté (Le Figaro) Your Browser does not support this video Princess Eugenie posted, Saturday on Instagram, a photo of a walk alongside her husband Jack and their son August. © Authors: DPRA / ZJF / Dutch Press Photo / Wenn.com / Sipa The beautiful days are back, family outings too. Princess Eugenie broadcast on Saturday on Instagram, a photograph of a recent walk alongside her husband Jack and their son August.

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