“They can’t come here!”: Brits boycott Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

Meghan Markle, 39, and Prince Harry, 36, are unwanted guests in Britain. The subjects of 94-year-old Queen Elizabeth II told them so themselves.

The coronavirus is stepping up its attack on Britain, but members of the royal family are not discouraged. Prince Philip is already preparing to celebrate his 100th birthday with his family and friends on June 10. The husband of the queen does not want noisy celebrations, so his subjects can expect only family photos from him.
Elizabeth II and Prince Philip are planning a family celebration,

The Duke of Edinburgh and the Queen are in self-imposed isolation at Windsor Castle, which is located about 40 kilometers from London. Since March, only Elizabeth II has appeared in public, and only on special occasions. But she and her husband intend to be reunited with the family early next June.

It will be a quiet dinner with Kate Middleton, William, Charles, and the rest. The Dukes of Sussex, who moved to California at the start of the pandemic, also plans to fly to England. Meghan and Harry are holding out hope for an easing of quarantine measures in the United Kingdom and the United States, the Daily Mail reports.

Except that the citizens of the United Kingdom are against the arrival of Philip and Elizabeth II’s grandson. Many believe it will intensify already tense relations between members of the monarchal family. The Duke of Edinburgh was upset by Harry’s decision to withdraw his royal credentials. Britons have voiced their opinions on the reunion of the “rebellious” prince and his wife with the monarchs.

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