On Thursday, September 15, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry reportedly found time on their trip to the UK to talk to their nieces. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be staying at Frogmore Cottage at least until Queen Elizabeth goes to bed on Monday, September 19, and it’s been some time since they’ve been able to see her family so easily in the country.
The reconnection took place when Prince Harry met his brother, William, the newly appointed Prince of Wales. It was also his 38th birthday, although the Duke did not celebrate it in honor of the Queen. He and Meghan passed Prince William in his car as the latter was returning from Lambrook school with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
They each stopped their vehicles and rolled down their windows so everyone could catch up a bit. Harry and Meghan’s children, Archie and Lilibet, do not appear to be on the trip with them and are likely to be at their home base in California. The events surrounding the Queen’s death have kept everyone very busy, but the Sussexes have been seen with Prince William and Kate Middleton on a united front.
The two royal couples watched tributes to their late matriarch at Windsor Castle together last Saturday, walking to see the many messages, gifts and flowers laid out for the family by people mourning the Queen. It was the first time the Sussexes and former Cambridges had been seen together since March 2020, when they appeared on Commonwealth Day. They even arrived and left in the same car.