It was considered that Meghan Markle and his first meeting were at # 39; Queen Elizabeth II tense.
On 20 October, 2017, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had a meeting with her Queen a month before the partnership was published. Andrew Morton in his book, "Meghan: Hollywood Princess, Mr Morton, said" In front of the "most important hearing on Meghan's life" because there was no "rehearsal, no other script is being taken. This was live and fair." He said he was filled with "tire air".
"When he drove through the Buckingham Palace gates on a hard night, Thursday in October in the Ford Black Galaxy with dark windows, his actress was about to post, "wrote the royal historian (via Express). "This could be inevitable. Like a fifth who was going to the throne, the prince had to obtain his grandmother's formal permission for marriage."
"He did not have a previous decision. He could not say. She had done it before. Then, there was nothing who was unsure about the outcome of this meeting was reduced by Meghan, but with the one she wanted to marry. The one who had been, if not in a test, was then under close review , "he continued.
According to Morton, the Prince Harry meets the Queen with the same intention years earlier when he had not changed, his Majesty would not have said, especially since Markle had previously married Trevor Engelson. Apparently, the Queen gave her a blessing to the couple as a result of her father's change in grandson.
"Harry's transformation over the last few years has, along with the funeral union between Prince William and Kate Middleton, the security of monarchy," he said.
Last week, the royals went to a Memorial Day service. Many noticed that Queen Elizabeth II, Camilla Parker Bowles and Kate Middleton were standing on the same balcony. On the other hand, Markle stood in a different room with the German President, Frank-Walter Steinmeier's wife, Elke Budenbender.
According to People, Markle has no reason for the same balcony as a monarch, Duchess of Cornwall and Duchess of Cambridge. The royals say they are ordering them in a "piping order." Camilla and Middleton are the wives of the next kings, and stood by the Queen's side in the same balcony.