Meghan Markle's nice surprise for the Queen may hint at reconciliation

Despite their many disagreements, Meghan Markle gave Queen Elizabeth II a nice surprise shortly before Prince Philip's funeral.

Meghan Markle’s Nice Surprise for the Queen May Hint at Reconciliation
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While his wife remained in California (USA), Prince Harry was back in England for the funeral of Prince Philip.

'He didn't want to leave Meghan and Archie alone'

A difficult separation for William's brother who did not want to leave his pregnant wife alone. A source close to the royal family told People magazine:

Meghan and Harry have kept in touch every day. She knows that the trip to England was difficult for Harry. He didn't want to leave Meghan and Archie alone. Meghan insisted every day that they were fine. She didn't want him to worry.

Despite this bit of relief, Harry still reportedly rushed to Los Angeles on 20 April. A surprising decision, according to royal experts, as it meant that Harry did not attend Queen Elizabeth II's birthday party, which was only a day later.

It has been a difficult year for the Sovereign, who is finding herself increasingly alone. Fortunately, she can count on William and Kate.

A nice touch from Meghan Markle

When the royal family gathered to pay tribute to Prince Philip, Meghan Markle had a thought for the Queen mother. So if we are to believe this source close to People magazine, Elizabeth II was able to speak with her grandson, Archie!

Through video conference, the three of them were able to meet in complete privacy, a few minutes before the ceremony.

Although we don't know what they talked about, we're sure they must have been very happy with the moment.

Did Meghan Markle's gesture help her get closer to Elizabeth II? Nothing is certain, but it can certainly be hoped.

Prince Harry was able to be reunited with his wife and baby boy. Bets on the future name of Meghan and Harry's second child are starting to be placed. Make your predictions!

More details in the video at the top of the article.