Countless presidents crowned in London this Tuesday, as the Queen finally managed to stage a grand gala in honor of Prince Philip. At his funeral in April last year, only 30 were present due to COVID-19 measures, a simple farewell in support of Elizabeth and The Rock just under three quarters of a century. But no matter how many beautiful people show up at Westminster Abbey, the main focus is on those who aren’t: Harry and Meghan, who remain in California. This immediately means that the Queen is still unable to meet her ten-month-old granddaughter Lillipet, for whom she is named. To complete the humiliation, Harry will go to The Hague in mid-April for the Invictus Games. The Duke of Sussex refuses to go home so that he and his family – Lily Archie’s almost three-year-old brother – will no longer have the protection of the police, which he is fighting a court battle against the British government over. And those aren’t the only legal risks: Harry has taken The Daily Mail back to court, and her half-sister Samantha has sued Meghan for defamation. Their father Thomas Markle is already behind his eldest daughter.
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