LOVE IN THE TIME OF SORROW: Prince Harry was Meghan Markle’s rock serving the Queen, funeral guest reveals

LONDON, ENGLAND: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have always supported each other when times were tough, and it was evident at the Queen’s funeral that Prince Harry was supportive of his wife Meghan Markle to ensure she was there ease, just as she had supported him.

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Funeral guest lawyer Pranav Bhanot spoke to PEOPLE after removal services to describe some of the interactions he witnessed between the Duke and Duchess of Sussex during the state funeral at Westminster Abbey.

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Funeral guest Pranav told People: “You saw the comfort Harry gave Meghan at times when they walked together and had to go in different directions.”

He added: “I noticed how supportive Harry was of Meghan. When they parted ways after the ceremony, he shook her hand firmly. I felt he wanted to make sure she felt at home. comfortable.”

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When the mother-of-two traveled to the UK with Prince Harry to say her final goodbyes to the Queen, it was said that when she joined other senior royals for Monday’s funeral September 19, she became emotional. The Duchess of Sussex was reportedly seen wiping away tears during the heartbreaking moment as she stood next to Camilla, Queen Consort, Catherine, Princess of Wales and Prince George and Princess Charlotte, reported the Daily Mail. Finally, she sat down with Harry in the second row.

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Meghan Markle was seen crying at the Queen’s funeral (Twitter)

Famous body language TV expert Judy James believes Meghan ‘comforted’ her ‘distressed’ husband at the Queen’s funeral at Westminster Abbey. The body language expert spoke to Fabulous and said: “Prince Harry and Meghan exchanged a few words during the service, and it seemed like she was consoling him in his grief and distress.” She added that during the moving service, the couple were seated behind King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla, and the Duchess of Sussex “clearly listened to him in terms of support, turning her head several times in her direction as it moved”.

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Feeling bad for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, one Twitter user wrote: “I feel bad for the Duke and Duchess you can see how much they are hurting.”


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Although the nation observed a ten-day mourning for their beloved Queen from September 8, from the day of her death until the day of her funeral on Monday September 19, the royal family will continue to mourn for another seven days. According to Hello, a recent statement from Buckingham Palace read: “It is His Majesty the King’s wish that a period of royal mourning be observed from now until seven days after the Queen’s funeral. The royal mourning will be observed by members of the royal family. , the staff of the Royal Household and representatives of the Royal Household on official duties, as well as troops engaged in ceremonial duties.”

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