Meghan Markle was seen crying as Queen Elizabeth II was carried out of Westminster Abbey after her funeral. The New York Post says that a picture was taken of Meghan standing behind the royal family as the Queen was put into the gun carriage.
The Duchess of Sussex was seen wearing a face veil, a black dress, and a dark, wide-brimmed hat. As the procession went by, Prince William, his wife Kate Middleton, and their children sat in the front row. Behind them, in the second row of the gallery, Prince Harry and Meghan watched.
Earlier, it was said that Prince Harry and Meghan were “not invited” to the state reception at Buckingham Palace before the funeral. It seems that only “working members of the royal family” were invited. ” As of Friday night, it was still unclear why they had been invited to an event that Royal staff said they were not expected to attend. “Sources close to them seemed confused, and palace staffers kept saying they weren’t invited and weren’t expected to show up,” telegraph.co.uk said.
The New York Post says that she was even seen singing hymns at the funeral, where more than 2,000 dignitaries and state heads were present. American President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden also went to the event, which got a lot of attention.
Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8 at Balmoral Castle, her summer home in the Scottish highlands. The Queen had been sick for a few months and had even stopped doing her official duties, which she had done until she was in her 90s. In fact, she met the new UK Prime Minister, Liz Truss, just a few days before she died. Truss is now Britain’s 15th Prime Minister.