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Prince Harry, 38, is honoring the late Queen Elizabeth II on the primary anniversary of her demise. The Duke of Sussex was noticed by followers, as seen in a photograph on Daily Mail, leaving St. George’s Chapel in Windsor on Sept. 8, the day the Queen died one yr earlier than. Queen Elizabeth II is buried together with her husband, Prince Philip, at St. George’s Chapel.
Prince Harry was alone as he paid tribute to his grandmother on the primary anniversary of her demise. He wasn’t along with his spouse, Meghan Markle, 42, or the remainder of the royal household. St. George’s Chapel can be the place the Duke and Duchess of Sussex married in 2018. Prince Harry was seen leaving a facet entrance of the church and getting right into a black Range Rover. He’s set to be in Germany for the Invictus Games, which begin Sept. 9.
Prince Harry with Prince William at Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral. (Robin Utrecht/Shutterstock)
The Duke of Sussex was distant from any of his estranged household as he visited St. George’s Chapel. Prince William, 41, and Kate Middleton, 41, attended a particular service at St. Davids Cathedral in Wales. King Charles III, 74, and Queen Camilla, 76, attended a memorial service in Balmoral.
Queen Elizabeth II died at her beloved Balmoral Castle on Sept. 8, 2022. She was 96 years outdated. In the Queen’s closing hours, Prince Harry flew to Scotland to be by her facet. However, he didn’t arrive till hours after the monarch had died. In his memoir, Spare, Prince Harry revealed that his closing phrases to his grandmother had been that he “hoped she was completely happy.”
Prince Harry launched a touching assertion about his grandmother within the wake of her demise. “Granny, whereas this closing parting brings us nice disappointment, I’m eternally grateful for all of our first conferences — from my earliest childhood reminiscences with you, to assembly you for the primary time as my Commander-in-Chief, to the primary second you met my darling spouse and hugged the one that you love great-grandchildren,” he wrote.
Prince Harry with Meghan Markle and Queen Elizabeth II. (David Fisher/Shutterstock)
He continued, “I cherish these occasions shared with you, and the various different particular moments in between. You are already sorely missed, not simply by us, however by the world over. And, because it involves first conferences, we now honor my father in his new position as King Charles III. Thank you on your dedication to service. Thank you on your sound recommendation. Thank you on your infectious smile. We, too, smile realizing that you simply and grandpa are reunited now, and each collectively in peace.”