Prince Harry and Meghan Markle refused to go to the parade in honor of the anniversary of Elizabeth II

The coronation ceremony parade with holding banners will take place on June 12, but the Queen’s grandson devices to stay in the United States. Duke and Duchess of Sussex rejected the offer of Queen Elizabeth II to attend the celebration in honor of her coronation anniversary, reported by Elle concerning a source.

This decision is made because Markle’s health is declining badly and she cannot go anywhere after the birth of her daughter Lilibet Diana, who was born on June 4.

The reports from says that Queen Elizabeth II was born on April 21, her birthday celebrations are going to held on the second Saturday called the banner-Carrying holiday, which takes place at Windsor Castle. Buckingham Palace’s press release says that The Queen will be accompanied by her youngest son, Prince Edward, but nothing is said about the presence of other members of the royal family.

Earlier, Prince Harry was also asked to a settlement dinner with Elizabeth II. He is expected to reached UK by July 1 for the inaugural ceremony of the monument to his mother, Princess Diana on the 60th anniversary of her birth.

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