Sussex Plans Devastated by Family’s Scorn

Royal family shows unity as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle face Easter criticism: Sussex’s plans met with family disapproval. The royals stood united during the Easter church service, showing a united front amid a series of health crises within the family. King Charles and Queen Camilla kept their promise to attend, as Buckingham Palace announced earlier this week. A smiling Charles, accompanied by Queen Camilla, shook hands with the crowd gathered outside St. George’s Chapel, the final resting place of his late mother, Queen Elizabeth. Some well-wishers expressed concerns about Charles’ health, while others greeted him with Easter wishes. Charles graciously acknowledged the presence of the crowd, emphasizing their courage in enduring the cold. A woman who spoke to the king mentioned that he seemed in good spirits.

Besides Charles and Camilla, other royals in attendance included Princess Anne and her husband, Sir Timothy Lawrence, and Prince Edward and his wife, Sophie, Countess of Wessex. The controversial Prince Andrew also made an appearance, accompanied by his ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson.

Despite the family’s health problems, Charles continued to carry out his non-public duties, such as meeting foreign officials and holding regular meetings with Prime Minister Rishi. However, Prince William, Princess Catherine and their three children did not join the rest of the royal family as planned. Last week it was revealed that Princess Catherine had been diagnosed with cancer, ending months of speculation and false conspiracy theories surrounding her absence from public life.

The show of unity within the royal family at Easter comes after King Charles, Queen Camilla, Prince William and Princess Catherine always showed a united front in the face of adversity. In an interview with GB News, royal expert Lady Colin Campbell suggested that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s criticism of the royal family had actually brought the King, Queen, Prince and Princess closer together . Lady Colin Campbell highlighted the new sense of unity within the family since Prince Harry and Meghan stepped down from their royal duties four years ago. She said all four members operated in the best interests of the monarchy and each other, emphasizing their family orientation and love for each other. Despite Harry and Meghan’s health issues and challenges, they remain positive and have grown even closer.

Regarding Prince Charles’ reconciliation with his youngest son, Lady Colin Campbell said that while Charles was inclined to have a private conversation with Harry, an official role for Harry or Meghan within the royal family is highly unlikely. Lady Colin Campbell explained that they understand the implications of such a role, comparing it to “drinking poison from a chalice”, which they can easily avoid.

When asked if Harry and Meghan regret their choice to step away from the royal family, Lady Colin Campbell shared her opinion that Meghan is not capable of feeling regret. She pointed out that Meghan’s personality type differs from someone who learns from her mistakes and that she tends to blame others for her mistakes. Lady Colin Campbell claimed that Meghan had tried various tactics to extricate herself from responsibility, but had become increasingly frustrated as none of her efforts seemed to be successful.

In summary, the royal family’s Easter gathering showed their unity despite the challenges they face. The criticism directed at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has further strengthened the ties between King Charles, Queen Camilla, Prince William and Princess Catherine. The family remains committed to their duties, while Harry and Meghan’s future involvement in the royal family appears unlikely.


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