• Prince Harry and Meghan mourn the Queen
  • The two remain in England until the funeral
  • Are they bringing their children Archie and Lilibet to England

Their trip to Europe ended in disaster: Prince Harry (37) and Duchess Meghan (41) were actually traveling in England and Germany for appointments. When the death of the Queen threw Harry off track. Since then he has been mourning with his family in Great Britain.

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan mourn in England

Actually, Harry and Meghan should have traveled to America to their children a while ago, but because of the sad circumstances, nothing will come of it. Until the funeral on September 19th, the Sussexes will remain in England, as officially confirmed according to Hello!

As the Telegraph reports, plans are now being made to bring their children Archie Harrison (3) and Lilibet Diana (1) to Europe. The two toddlers are now said to have been separated from their parents for over a week.

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Actually, Harry and Meghan were there, among other things, to visit the city of Dusseldorf, which will host the Invictus Games created by the Prince next year. Other dates were canceled after it was revealed that Queen Elizabeth was in very poor health. A great coincidence for Harry to be so close to his family during these important hours.