Meghan Markle and son Archie spoke to the Queen before Prince Philip’s funeral

The royals still haven't resolved all their issues.


Although heavily pregnant Meghan Markle wasn’t able to attend the funeral of Prince Philip because she was advised by her physician not to travel and watched the ceremony on television, she still found a way to say her goodbye to the great man she had an awesome relationship with. Meghan sent a wreath and a handwritten note and showed her tribute and respect to The Duke of Edinburgh.

The funeral ceremony itself wasn’t only about honoring the late Duke, as all eyes were also on his grandsons, Harry and William, whose relationship started breaking up following the Megxit when The Sussexes stepped down from their royal duties and moved to the State. The two brothers seemed to get even more estranged after the bombshell interview.

A lot has been revealed and the couple spoke of their relationship with the royal family. Harry said he believed his brother and father were trapped in the system, while Meghan spoke of her suicidal thoughts and even brought up the question of racism within the royals.

It has been revealed by a number of outlets and magazines that Harry met with his father and brother on two separate occasions while in Britain, but not much has been fixed regarding their relationship.

Harry even missed his grandma’s 95th birthday as he decided to return home to Meghan and Archie a day prior to the “scaled-down” celebration.

However, People reported that Meghan reached to the Queen and she and Archie spoke to her before the funeral. She also called Harry every day and “insisted to him every day though that they are fine. She hasn’t wanted him to worry,” but he still wanted to get back to California as soon as possible. “Meghan and Archie also spoke with the Queen earlier this week,” the source was reported to have said.

Back in February, Prince Harry told comedian James Corden that his grandparents were using Zoom to communicate with the Sussexes. “They’ve seen Archie running around,” Harry revealed.

William and Harry will meet again in July in order to approve the final design of their late mother’s statue which will be placed in the Sunken Garden, to the east of Kensington Palace. Maybe then, they will find a way to reconcile.