Meghan Markle reportedly forbids Prince Harry from visiting UK, Prince Charles

Carla Harmon
March 26, 2020

While Harry, Meghan and their 10-month-old son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor are thousands of miles away in Canada settling into their new life overseas, the duke's grandparents the Queen, 93, and the 98-year-old Duke of Edinburgh are staying with a reduced household at Windsor Castle for their safety.

Express.co.uk has contacted Kensington Palace for comment.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently took it upon themselves to send out a gracious and thankful gesture for all healthcare workers, toiling tirelessly amid this chaotic pandemic.


In their latest post uploaded to their official Sussex Royal Instagram account on Tuesday, Meghan, 38, and Harry, 35, listed the recommendations provided by WHO (i.e. avoid touching your face and washing your hands consistently) and accompanied it with three pictures of healthcare workers fighting the coronavirus around the world, thanking their efforts so far.

In turn, they will have to renounce to royal duties, use of their HRH styles and honorary military titles from March 31.

"It may well be that it's a name that Meghan is familiar with, and that's why they are using it", Joe explained. One percent of the respondents said that they don't know if the royal couple should be allowed to return. Prince Harry is the adult that's next in line to Prince William in the order of succession but he already quit the royal family with his wife in January. "Oh really? I did not know that", the Disney chief replies.


"Meghan said Harry's been in touch with his dad", the source told the outlet.

Following the news the couple will withdraw from their roles as senior royals at the end of the month to begin a new life split between the United Kingdom and Canada, producer Al Jean told United Kingdom magazine Radio Times he's keen to tap the pair for a cameo role on the show. "None more so than the courageous and dedicated healthcare workers on the frontline, risking their own well-being to care for the sick and fight COVID-19".

They also added: "No matter where you are, the World Health Organisation have shared guidelines that can help. Wherever you are in the world, we are all incredibly grateful", they wrote.


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