Meghan and Harry latest – Prince’s Remembrance Day wreath ‘refused’ as Meghan looks to ‘heal the rift’


PRINCE Harry reportedly requested for a wreath to be laid at the cenotaph for Remembrance Day today and it’s said to have been refused.

The Times reported that due to the fact Harry no longer represents the monarchy, he was refused permission.

The Queen was reportedly not told about her grandson’s request.

Meanwhile, royal expert Robert Lacey claims that Meghan’s ‘softened’ statements suggest she wants to ‘heal the rift’ with the royal family.

Speaking to Fortune recently, the Duchess said: “I am cautious of putting my family in a position of risk by certain things, and so I try to be rather very clear with what I say and to not make it controversial, but instead to talk about things that seem fairly straight forward – like exercising your right to vote.”

Lacey claims, “she realises the statements both she and Harry have put out there – about the US election, about racism in Britain – will be perceived as controversial. And […] I think that’s a hand outstretched”.

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