On Thursday the Duke and Duchess of Sussex followed the Trooping the Colour parade from a discreet background inside Buckingham Palace, but this Friday they have reappeared in style at the Mass that has been held at St. Paul’s Cathedral to commemorate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
It is the first time Harry and Meghan have appeared at a public event in which they have been seen interacting with other members of the British royal family since their departure from the monarchy.
In the absence of Isabel, who canceled her attendance at the event due to a series of discomfort caused by her mobility problems, Meghan and her sister-in-law Catalina have become the center of all eyes and were greeted with cheers.
However, after the end of the Mass, neither Harry nor his wife joined the reception offered by the royals that was attended by their cousins, Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice. The presence of Prince Andrew’s daughters showed that it was not an in-act reserved for “active” royals, who work representing the sovereign. So where were the Duke and Duchess of Sussex?
Most likely, they preferred to adopt a more discreet profile, and the British press claims that they returned quickly with their children, Archie and Lilibet, who have not participated so far in any of the events on the occasion of the 70 years of reign of their great-grandmother.