Here is the “Real Reason” Meghan Didn’t Attend Prince Phillip’s Funeral

We announced over the weekend that Meghan Markle and her husband Prince Harry will not be attending Prince Philip’s funeral, despite the fact that they flew to the UK from their California home on Sunday. Meghan’s friends are now coming out to clarify why she won’t be attending.

Meghan refused to attend Philip’s funeral, according to her peers, because she “doesn’t want to be the focus of attention.” Meghan and Philip, they said, “had a special friendship, and she adored him.” Meghan has been advised by her physician not to fly because she is about six months pregnant with her and Harry’s second child, a boy, according to a Buckingham Palace spokesperson.

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“Meghan said that her top priority right now is to help Harry. An source with strong links to Meghan Markle said, “She said she left it up to him whether or not she would attend the funeral.” “Meghan said that it is at these moments that family members should come together, set aside their differences, and unite as one. She said that she believes this is what Prince Philip will want and that she is ready to forgive and move on.”

Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, is “adamant” that she not fly while pregnant, according to the report.

According to the insider, Doria demanded that Meghan remain behind and love Harry from afar.

“Doria, like Harry, is protective of Meghan and does not want to see her jeopardize her health. Meghan doesn’t need any more stress right now.”

Meghan is due to give birth to a baby girl in the early summer.

“Meghan stated that whether or not she attends Prince Philip’s funeral would have no impact on her relationship with the Queen. The Queen recognizes her absence and would like her to remain safe and healthy for the boy, she said,” the friend explained. “Meghan believes that now is the right time for Henry to repair his relationship with his brother and father. She isn’t needed to be present for that.’

Philip’s funeral will be televised and will take place on Saturday.


Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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