Prince Harry’s 95-year-old grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, was observed behind the wheel heading to Frogmore Cottage in the United Kingdom this week, little than an hour after he arrived.
Wow, that woman – the real queen – drives her own car? And at the age of 95?
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According to the Express, Harry arrived in the United Kingdom on Thursday from Los Angeles, California, in order to attend the inauguration of a statue dedicated to his late mother, Princess Diana. After frequently attacking the royal family in interviews, the Queen is thought to be keen to speak with Harry and act as a “peacemaker.”
“It’s absolutely remarkable. “The Queen was on her way down as soon as Harry was driven from Heathrow to Frogmore Cottage,” one person stated. “I’m sure they’d have much to discuss. After everything that has happened, the Queen would obviously wish to see her grandson…”
The Queen is said to be furious; did she rush to see Harry in order to give him what he wants, or is she trying to make peace?
Maybe a combination of the two?
Harry arrived at Heathrow Terminal Five at 12.38 p.m. on American Airlines flight AA134, a Boeing 777-323. He then started a five-day quarantine in order to be cleared to attend his function later this week. According to Kensington Palace, Harry and his brother Prince William will be in attendance, along with “close family of Diana, Princess of Wales, members of the statue committee, sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley, and garden designer Pip Morrison.”
Sophie Wessex, the Queen’s youngest son Prince Edward’s wife, will also be attempting to assist the brothers reconcile, according to royal analyst Ingrid Seward.
“The Queen is a brilliant strategist. And Sophie has always been a favorite of hers,” Seward explained. “Prince Philip adored Sophie, and the Queen believes now is the right time to gently push her. ‘Do some stuff, do some interviews.’ You put in a lot of effort, yet no one notices. ‘Go out and do it.’ That’s something I can see her saying.”
Meghan Markle did not fly to the United Kingdom for this function because her daughter Lilibet was born earlier this month. Andrew Morton, a royal author, recently stated that if Diana were living today, he believes she would appreciate Meghan.
He said, “There are limitless stories about Meghan.” “Diana would see a brother spirit,” says the narrator.