There’s a reason Meghan Markle wasn’t in the same car with her sister-in-law on Wednesday.
Royal ratings forced the Duchess of Sussex to take a separate vehicle from Kate Middleton in A procession carries the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II From Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall.
Markle, 41, got into the same car as Prince Edward’s wife, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, while Middleton, 40, traveled with Queen Consort Camilla because She is now the Princess of Wales He married Prince William First in line for the throne after, after The rise of King Charles III last week.
The women arrived in separate cars as Charles, 73, William, 40, Prince Harry, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward walked behind the Queen’s coffin.
Despite their strained relationship, William, 40, and Harry, 37, walked hand in hand, evoking their situations when Their mother, Princess Diana, passed away in 1997.
The royal guards carried the coffin and carefully placed it on a wooden table to offer their condolences until the Queen’s funeral next Monday.
After a short ceremony, she left the royal family. William and Middleton left Westminster as a couple, while Harry and Markle did the same – while Stirring up controversy over their slight appearance of PDA.
Read Page Six’s updated coverage of Queen Elizabeth’s death:
The Fab Four reunited after the Queen He passed away on September 8 at the age of 96. William He invited his estranged brother and sister-in-law on Saturdays walking around Windsor Castle, Greeting the mourners And take the tribute displayed around the gates.
A royal source told Page Six at the time: “We are all very grateful – both sides putting all things aside for the Queen.”
Harry and Markle caused a split in the royal family after they became famous They left their royal duties in January 2020 And moved to California.
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