Westminster Abbey’s bells will not ring to mark Meghan Markle’s birthday next month


WESTMINSTER Abbey’s bells will not chime to mark Meghan’s birthday next month as they do for other royals.

The birthday bells will ring for Kate Middleton when she turns 39 early next year and they sounded in February for Prince Andrew’s birthday.

The bells, which sounded for Prince Andrew’s birthday in February, will not chime to mark Meghan Markle’s

Despite Harry being sixth in line to the throne, his wife Meghan will not have her birthday noted at Westminster Abbey

Bosses at the Abbey have said the bells typically ring for senior members of the royal family, although Harry is sixth in line to the throne – two places ahead of Andrew.

A spokesman for the Abbey said: “The bells are usually rung to mark the birthdays of senior members of the Royal Family, and through the line of succession to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children.”

This comes as royal pundit told The Daily Star that while Harry “doesn’t hate” LA, he’s struggling to find his place in the US.

Tom Quinn said Harry was “getting swept up in Meghan’s positive energy” and that has always been a problem in their relationship.

“Harry does feel slightly lost because he is now experiencing in America what Meghan was experiencing here.”

He said that the Prince had been “struggling to fill the days” in LA.

“It’s always been a problem, early on in the relationship, Meghan is a dynamo, she’s full of positive energy that would sweep Harry along but once the honeymoon is over, you still have to fill the days”.


HOAR exclusively revealed that Meghan has decided to leave one of her dogs behind in Canada – because the pup doesn’t like Harry.

Beloved Bogart was left in Canada when Meghan first moved to Britain.

Beagle Guy moved with her and royal watchers speculated Meghan, 38, would be reunited with rescue dog Bogart when the Duchess relocated to LA with Harry, 35, and their son Archie.

But a close associate revealed Meghan has decided that, for the sake of family harmony, Labrador-German shepherd cross Bogart is in the doghouse.

Earlier this week, royal photographer Arthur Edwards, 79, said Meghan had “no intention on living in the UK after marrying Prince Harry.”

Speaking on talkRADIO, he said: “All that house refurbishment at Frogmore and the money that they spent on that, she had no intention of staying here.”

Arthur, who has been taking snaps of the couple since they first stepped into the limelight, said he had seen a change in Prince Harry’s behaviour towards the media.

“Unfortunately for the last couple of years, he has gone completely sour,” he said. 

“He didn’t talk to me for a year. I’ve been photographing him since he was born, and it was down to her.”

Meghan was never planning on staying in England, according to a royal snapper

Prince Harry has become “incredibly sour” over the past few years, according to a royal photographer who has known him since he was a baby