Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry who visited the UK to attend his grandfather’s funeral didn’t meet his lovely nephews and the niece due to COVID-19 restrictions. During his visit, The Prince spent most of his time in quarantine and didn’t able to meet many of the royal family members.
According to the US Weekly, the young royals were not invited to attend the Duke of Edinburgh funeral service due to the pandemic. Only 30 guests have attended the service in a very short gathering.
US Weekly reported, “Harry didn’t get to see George, Charlotte, and Louis in the UK. Aside from the day of Philip’s funeral and meeting privately with the Queen, he was in isolation at Frogmore Cottage.”
Prince Harry was traveling alone as seven months pregnant Meghan Markle was advised by the doctors not to travel. And only three days after the funeral, the 36-year-old prince flew back home to begin quarantining once again before reuniting with wife and son, Archie.
In his very short visit, Prince Harry wasn’t able to attend Queen’s birthday on 21st April and young Prince Louis’s 3rd birthday on 23rd April.
Here’s hoping that Harry’s next trip will be for a happier occasion and will allow plenty of time for him to reconnect with his family, most of whom he hasn’t even seen face-to-face (except briefly at Philip’s funeral, for those who were also in attendance) in more than a year. Harry was seen briefly chatting with his brother, Prince William, and sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, after the service. Body language experts suggest that the reunion went well and may mean the door is open for Harry and William to end their longstanding feud.