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Entertainment Death of Prince Philip: MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry make him discreet homage

02:25  10 april  2021
02:25  10 april  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Mort du prince Philip : Meghan Markle et le prince Harry lui rendent un discret hommage © SIPA Death of Prince Philip: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry give him a discreet tribute this Friday, April 9, Prince Philip died The age of 99. A few hours after the announcement of his disappearance, his grandson Prince Harry and Meghan Markle paid tribute to him.

The British monarchy is mourning. This Friday, April 9, Prince Philip made his last breath at the age of 99. A sad news announced on the official Twitter account of the royal family . " It is with a deep sorrow that His Majesty the Queen announces the death of his beloved husband Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His Royal Highness died peacefully this morning at the castle of Windsor ", A-T- We learned early in the afternoon. From the President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron to Carla Bruni , many personalities paid tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh. Asked by BFMTV, Nicolas Sarkozy's wife remembered his meeting with Elizabeth II's husband on an official trip , at the time she was first lady. " These people were so courteous", declared. "Their welcome has been so courteous and breathtaking. I was in a carriage with the Prince Philip. It's the only time in my life where I went to a carriage, a real carriage shot by horses, it was an extraordinary adventure. "

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your browser does not support this video The most awaited reaction to the death of Prince Philip was undoubtedly that of

Meghan Markle and the Prince Harry . Discreet since their explosive interview at Oprah Winfrey , the duke and the duchess of Sussex came out of their reserve to greet the memory of the deceased Prince Consort. The parents of the Petit Archie have published a message on the home page of the website of their Archewell Foundation. " His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh. 1921-2021. Thank you for your service, you will miss you a lot ", can we read. But a question remains outstanding: Prince Harry and his wife will go to the United Kingdom to attend the funeral of Prince Philip? Does the Sussex couple will attend the funeral?

According to several royal observers, Prince Harry will do everything possible to go to England and say goodbye to his grandfather. For five months, however, Meghan Markle could not be allowed to travel from California to and would currently be checking in the opinion of its doctors. Also remains to be seen whether the health crisis will allow them to return to the British soil.

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"What makes it powerful is when you have somebody else who is willing to be as open as vulnerable, as truthful as they were," Oprah said about her March 7 interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry . During their March 7 interview, which aired on CBS in the U.S., Meghan and Harry accused the royal family of racism, including "concerns" over their son Archie's skin color and not getting Meghan help when she felt suicidal. (Prince William previously refuted the racism claims during an outing after the interview aired, saying, "We are very much not a racist family.

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