When the royal couple made their way out of the royal family, there was an inevitable rupture within the brood as Meghan and Harry’s decision also involved their one-year-old son to serve a transitory phase. And that extended a major impact on one of the Queen‘s most beloved pastimes. You can already guess the reason behind it!
In an interview with Channel 5 documentary ‘The Queen and Charles – Mother and Son’, Katie Nicholl hinted at the disruptive moment saying, “The Queen has always been there for William and Harry. She has an incredibly close relationship with them as she does with all of grandchildren and her great-grandchildren. One of the greatest joys and source of pleasure in her life now are spending time with her grandchildren and her great-grandchildren.”
On the other hand, Meghan, her husband as well as baby Archie would remain absent in the next reunion with the Royal Family in Scotland amidst the global pandemic, while Her Majesty would still make some quality time with her relatives in there.
Moreover, Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall would return to Scotland after regaining their public duties in June.
With a different mandate
In the upcoming get-together, all the members of the brood are expected to adhere by the strict social distancing guidelines to shield the senior members from contracting the virus. Royal expert Roya Nikkhah briefed about the meeting saying, “They normally go to Balmoral in July but it will be very different. No members of the family who are going to visit will be staying inside the castle. All activities will be outdoors, so there will be riding and shooting and fishing. Normal stuff at Balmoral but all will be outside.”