“Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been FaceTiming Archie and Lilibet every day, but are looking forward to seeing and holding them again after a poignant few weeks.”
After Prince Harry’s aunt, the late Queen Elizabeth II, passed away and Prince Harry attended the funeral, US Weekly says Prince Harry is anxious to go home and see his children. US Weekly says that Harry and Meghan are likely to leave D.C. as soon as the funeral is over, headed for their compound in Montecito where they will be with Archie and Lilibet.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been separated from their children for over two weeks now. This is the longest time they’ve been separated from their children so far. When the trip to the UK was planned, it was set for less than a week; initially it was only supposed to last for three charitable events. Still, when Harry’s beloved grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, passed away on September 8th, the couple delayed their departure, reuniting with the royal family to grieve.
“They have been Face Timing with them every day, but they can’t wait to see and hold them again after a poignant few weeks,” the insider continued. While Prince William and Kate Middleton’s children Prince George and Princess Charlotte, ages nine and seven, respectively, participated in The Queen’s funeral, Prince Louis, age four, and his siblings, Archie and Lilibet, did not.
Prince William extended an olive branch to Harry and Meghan by inviting them to join him and Kate Middleton in greeting mourners at Windsor during The Queen’s funeral. Prince Harry and Meghan showed a united front throughout the event. As Charles III addressed the UK, he even mentioned his younger son and daughter-in-law: “I also wish to express my love for Harry and Meghan, as they continue to pursue their lives abroad.”.