“Grandma, while this last parting brings us great sadness, I am forever grateful for all our first meetings—from my first childhood memories with you, to meeting you for the first time as Commander in Chief, to the first moment you met my dear wife and hugged your beloved great-grandchildren,” the Duke of Sussex He said in the statement.
Harry added that he cherished the moments he had Queen Elizabeth His loss, he said, was felt by the whole world, also referring to his father’s new role as King Charles III.
“Thank you for your infectious smile,” he said. “We, too, are smiling knowing that you and your grandfather are now together, both at peace together.”
Harry is one of the Queen’s eight grandchildren.
The late British monarch also survived 12 great-grandchildren, including Harry and Meghan’s son, Archie, and daughter Lily, who is named after the Queen’s family surname. “Lilipt”.
The two children are now technically “prince” and “princess” after the queen’s death, although it is unclear if King Charles It will change the protocols.
Meghan talked about Harry Queen’s love During the couple’s first interview with BBC reporter Mishaal Hussain after her engagement. She said it was “incredible” to “be able to meet her through his lens, not only with honor and respect for her, but with the love and respect that he had for her as his grandmother.”
“All these layers were important to me,” Megan said at the time.
While mourning the world’s loss of an “extraordinary leader,” the prince said, “However, I lost my grandmother.”
“She was by my side in my happiest moments. She was by my side during the sad days of my life.” “I knew that day would come, but it would be a while before the reality of life without my granny really felt.”
After the release of the statement of the Prince of Wales, William and Kate, Princess of Wales, The reunion was a surprise With Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Windsor.
The former Fab Four, who were dressed in black, interacted with members of the audience who had gathered to pay their respects. Members of the royal family also saw flower arrangements left by well-wishers.
During the tour, the Princess of Wales got emotional, relaying a story about her youngest son, Prince Louis, who said: “At least Gan Gan is with great-grandfather now.”