• The Queen died on September 8th
  • Not all of her family were able to say goodbye

The Royal Family rushed to Balmoral, Scotland, to be with her in the Queen's († 96) final hours. When Queen Elizabeth II died on the afternoon of September 8th, only two of her beloved children made it to her.

Queen Elizabeth's final minutes: They were with her

Queen Elizabeth is dead. Prince Charles (73) and Princess Anne (72), who already resided in Scotland, were with their mother to say goodbye – the rest of the family arrived too late! The fact that Prince Harry didn't make it in time to say goodbye, was clear when he arrived at the castle around 9 p.m., over an hour after the death was announced.

The fact that Prince Harry (37) was able to at least mourn with his family after the late arrival is probably important to him. Since he lives in the USA, it would normally not have been possible for him to be there so quickly. He happened to be in London and was supposed to be speaking at the Well Child Awards.

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Prince William (40), Prince Andrew (62) and Prince Edward (58) did not make it in time either, as the Daily Mail reports. Duchess Kate (40), Duchess Meghan (41), Princess Eugenie (32), Princess Beatrice (34) and all other grandchildren and great-grandchildren did not make their way to Scotland.