The queen reportedly assured Prince Harry that she could return to the British royal family at any time. The 35-year-old man and his wife Meghan officially retired from their royal duties on March 31 and want to start a “more normal” new life in Canada with their younger son Archie.
On Sunday (1 March) Harry met his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, for four hours, and the two seemed able to talk in good spirits. When the 93-year-old woman said goodbye to her grandson, it is said that she said: “They love you very much and you are welcome back here any time.”
The two met at Windsor Castle for a light lunch and a cup of tea. A confidant of the royal family informed the sensational newspaper ‘The Sun’: “Queen wanted to talk a lot with Harry and it was an ideal time for the two to say their part.” The source revealed: “When Harry and Meghan announced that they wanted to quit smoking, everything happened very quickly and was very stressful for everyone involved.”
But unlike Markle and Harry, who completely renounced royal duties when they reported that this would not be possible, Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, gave up their projects of passion for real-life in 2002.
When Prince Edward married Sophie by Royal History Extra expert Marlin Koenig, she was successful and worked in public relations, and she ran her own production company [Ardent].
On Sunday, the Queen had the first opportunity to talk privately with Harry and learn about his future plans: “It was a much calmer atmosphere and both could say have been deeply disappointed by Harry and Meghan’s decision to turn their back on the English royal family and I would have liked to see Archie grow up.
It is said that the conversation between the two has become very clear: “He made it clear that he and Meghan can return at any time if they change their minds and they will receive them with open arms.”