Harry and Meghan visit Queen after public backlash and bad PR for the Netflix documentary they are making.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex met the Queen on Thursday after flying into the UK, a spokesperson for the couple confirmed to the BBC.
The couple stopped at Windsor on their way to The Hague, in the Netherlands, for the Invictus Games.
Prince Harry was last reported to be in the UK in July, while Meghan is not thought to have been in the country since 2020.
The Sussexes stepped down as senior royals in January 2020. The British public found it disrespectful that the couple didn’t attend ‘Pappa’s’ memorial service.
Some comments on our social media feeds suggested that they have only made this U-turn because they are making a Netflix documentary and this is bad PR.
Harry and Meghan visit Queen
Harry and Meghan visit Queen in the UK after Prince Harry was absent from a memorial service for his grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh, in London last month.
The couple received massive backlash and our Youtube Live feed comments showed some of the disappointment from the British public.
The Queen is not expected to attend this year’s Easter morning church service having already pulled out of the Maundy Service on Thursday – for the first time since 1970.
The 95-year-old monarch has mobility problems and has pulled out of several events recently, including the annual Commonwealth Service.
A film crew is expected to be joining the couple at the games as part of filming for a Netflix series called Heart Of Invictus.