Prince Harry refused to attend a dinner with King Charles and Prince William at Balmoral after Megan banned from joining the family on the day of Queen Elizabeth II’s death.
The Duke of Sussex insisted that his wife be there on September 8, but Charles called him to say that it was “not appropriate” for the former actress to accompany him at that time.
The prince is known to have missed an RAF flight to Scotland with his brother William and uncles Andrew and Edward, so he was asked to make his own arrangements for his trip. He finally landed in Aberdeen without Meghan at 6:35 p.m., minutes after Queen Elizabeth’s death was announced to the world.
According to internal sources, When the prince arrived at Balmoral 90 minutes later, he refused to attend the dinner at Birkhall, with the new King Charles, Queen Consort Camilla and William, preferring instead to mourn with Andrew, Edward and Sophie of Wessex at the castle. of Balmoral.
“Harry was so busy trying to get Meghan to Balmoral and talking to her family that he missed his flight. Carlos has an open invitation for Harry to have dinner with him whenever he is in the country, but he was so angry that he refused to eat with his father and brother. It was a huge snub and he left Balmoral as soon as possible to catch the first commercial flight back to London,” the insider told The Sun.
Despite the dinner snub, William asked Harry and Meghan to accompany him and Kate to flower viewing at Windsor Castle on September 10.
Finally Carlos III allowed his son to wear a military uniform for a vigil with the other seven grandchildren of the queen during the Lying-in-State, in Westminster Hall.
Harry and Meg returned home to California last Tuesday, 24 hours after the family held a wake for Britain’s longest-serving monarch.