Last week a terrible thing happened, which could not leave anyone indifferent: in New Zealand, there was a mass shooting in the mosques in the city of Christchurch, the perfect ultra-right activist, 28-year-old Brenton Tarrant. The Royal family also did not remain indifferent and went to commemorate the victims of the attack.
The tributes to the victims of the terrorist attack forced Megan, in spite of the decree, to go to the event. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left a note with his condolences in a special book displayed in the premises of the High Commission of New Zealand in London, which is the diplomatic representation of this state in the United Kingdom. “Our deepest condolences. We are with you” — written by Megan and left his signature next to her husband. Megan and Harry also laid flowers to the improvised memorial at the entrance.
Megan was dressed in a black coat, honouring the memory of the dead. The couple also shook hands with representatives of the Board of New Zealand, touched noses.
Recall, Meghan Markle soon going to give birth, so that she finishes all the Royal meetings and goes on maternity leave. In addition to labor, Megan and Harry will move from London to Windsor, where Frogmore house. However, freedom couple not get, because the Queen would not allow it! Request for the establishment of an independent courtyard in the residence of Frogmore house breaks all the rules and standards!
“They wanted their house was completely independent from Buckingham Palace, but they said no. There are rules that do not allow such independence,” — said the insider.
Move in this spring, the couple at Buckingham Palace. The official representative of the latter said about future plans: “the Queen has given his permission for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to establish his home office in Buckingham Palace. The couple will have their communications specialist, who will report to the Minister of communications of the Queen, with Donal McCabe, and a staff of other employees, which will help them to work for the good of the state”, — said in a statement, Buckingham Palace, where Queen Elizabeth II.