Of course, Meghan Markle won’t be flying to London, UK with Prince Harry for the unveiling of Princess Diana’s new statue next month.
A source told ET Canada that Meghan would have loved to be in attendance at the July 1 event, but the timing has not worked out in light of the recent delivery of her baby daughter Lilibet. The couple welcomed their second child on June 4.
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Diana’s statue will be unveiled in Kensington Palace’s Sunken Garden to mark the late royal’s 60th birthday.
In 2017, Harry and his brother Prince William issued a statement regarding the statue: “Our mother touched so many lives. We hope the statue will help everyone who visits Kensington Palace reflect on its life and legacy. “
Online radar previously published an incorrect report claiming Meghan would also attend the event to support her other half.
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The visit will mark the first time since Prince Philip’s funeral on April 17 that Harry has seen his family. Before the funeral he hadn’t seen them for over a year as he, Meghan and their two-year-old son Archie moved from London to California.
There have been tensions within the Royal Family after Harry and Meghan opened up about their decision to step down as senior members in a revealing interview with Oprah Winfrey, which aired in March.