When Harry And Meghan Arrived At St Paul’s, They Were Booed

The Duchess of Sussex dazzled in a white ensemble as she arrived at St Paul’s Cathedral alongside Prince Harry to attend the service of thanksgiving for the Queen’s reign.

Meghan and Harry smiled widely as they exited their car and wandered up the stairs of the London cathedral. However, they were welcomed with diverse feelings by members of the public lined up outside the grand cathedral, and as reported by Sky News broadcasters, the pair were greeted by a mixture of cheers and boos.

Nonetheless, the couple continued to smile while stepping inside and while being welcomed by clergymen in attendance.

The couple held hands and seemed affectionate and in high spirits while taking their seats, and while the pair were strolling down the centre of the cathedral, Sky News broadcaster Rhiannon Mills briefly addressed the relationship between the Sussexes and the rest of the Firm by speaking of a huge coldness, and she invariably said how they love and respect the Queen.

She said the fact it was suggested they didn’t tell the Queen about their plans to step away from royal life was seen as an enormous snub to a woman that many of us hold in such high regard.

Meghan and Harry stressed during their interview with Oprah Winfrey last year they didn’t in any way blindside the Queen with their decision to leave the Royal Family but said he rejected accusations, and that he took the monarch by surprise with the statement released in January 2020 about the Sussexes’ intention to carve out a new role for themselves, and that he’d raised his plans to her in late 2019 and was meant to discuss them in person upon his return to England from Canada in early 2020.

During the service, Meghan and Harry sat near Jack Brooksbank and Princess Eugenie, with whom they share a close friendship.

On the other hand, the Sussexes were metres apart from Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. This was probably due to the royal pecking order.

The Prince of Wales is the highest-ranking member of the Firm that was in attendance. The Queen pulled out of the service after experiencing some discomfort during Trooping the Colour on Thursday.

It appears that most people want to attack Meghan Markle, which is senseless and people should quit doing this, but most people want to make it about her because perhaps they have nothing else better to do with their time, and we should be letting the Sussexes see their family in peace, it’s their business, not ours.

Of course, they did get some cheers from people who were indeed thrilled to see them. Perhaps it should have been better reported how Boris Johnson got booed as well.

Although after all of this, I bet the Sussexes can’t wait to get back to America? At least Harry made it to his mother’s Jubilee.

The problem this has been made into a media circus, but to make it clear Harry didn’t leave his family, he just stepped back from his Royal responsibilities. Numerous people migrate to other places, but they don’t truly leave their families behind, they’ve just moved away. Harry is still part of his family by blood, but he just doesn’t want to live in their pockets 24/7.

However, we don’t all blame our families for unbelievable acts publicly and then rejoin the same family grinning.

Published by Angela Lloyd

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