Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are usually not invited to an upcoming Buckingham Palace reception for world leaders, People reported on Sept. 17. The Sunday reception, hosted by King Charles III and Queen Camilla, will honor world leaders touring to London for Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral. Per the outlet, Harry and Markle had been initially invited to the occasion, which the palace has since clarified is barely “for working members of the royal household.” Newsweek reported that their preliminary invite was a “real error.”
The replace comes days after the palace modified its thoughts on one other problem involving royal customized: whether or not Harry can be allowed to put on his navy uniform at official occasions. Initially, a consultant for Prince Harry shared that the Duke of Sussex wouldn’t be permitted to put on his uniform at ceremonies honoring the late queen, however on Sept. 15, royal officers had decided to permit him to put on it to her ultimate vigil. Meanwhile, within the wake of the queen’s demise and in step with royal customized, Harry and Markle’s son, Archie, and daughter, Lilibet, inherited the royal titles of prince and princess.
Harry first rushed to the queen’s side on Sept. 8 in gentle of experiences of her in poor health well being, and she died at Balmoral later that day. Harry and Markle had been later seen walking with Prince William and Kate Middleton at Windsor Castle on Sept. 10.
In an announcement shared on the Archewell web site, Harry mourned his grandmother, writing, “Granny, whereas this ultimate parting brings us nice disappointment, I’m perpetually grateful for all of our first conferences—from my earliest childhood recollections with you, to assembly you for the primary time as my Commander-in-Chief, to the primary second you met my darling spouse and hugged the one that you love great-grandchildren. I cherish these instances shared with you, and the numerous different particular moments in between. You are already sorely missed, not simply by us, however by the world over. And because it involves first conferences, we now honour my father in his new position as King Charles III.”
Since the queen died at Balmoral on the age of 96, tributes and reflections on the palace’s complex legacy have poured in from across the UK and internationally. On Sept. 16, hundreds of mourners gathered at Buckingham Palace, together with David Beckham, who queued for more than 12 hours whereas ready to pay his respects. The queen’s funeral will happen on Monday, Sept. 19, at Westminster Abbey.