After a two-hour family summit Queen Elizabeth II shared the results of the unified arrangements in the issue-out of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Two and a half hours lasted the summit of the Royal family in Sandringham, which discussed the issue of retirement from Royal duties, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
After which Queen Elizabeth II made an exclusive statement immediately after the meeting on Monday 13 January 2020:
“Today my family had a very constructive discussion about the future of my grandson and his family,” — reads the statement of the Queen. “My family and I fully support the desire of Prince Harry and Megan to create a new life in a young family. Although we would prefer that they remained members of the Royal family, working full time, but we respect and understand their desire to live a more independent life in the family while being a part of my family.
“Harry and Megan made it clear that I don’t want to rely on public funds in his new life. Therefore, it was decided that there will be a transition period during which the couple Sussex will be spending time in Canada and the UK. These are complex questions that my family needs to decide and still have to do some work, but I was asked to make a final decision in the coming days”.
Sources close to the Queen, reported that she has ordered Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry to meet on Monday in her country house, to once again discuss all the details on this issue. Reportedly, Meghan Markle at this point I contacted them by phone from Canada. As you know, at the moment Meghan Markle is on the island of Vancouver, Canada, where they met with Prince Harry and their son Archie winter holidays.
As reported by insiders to fans of a pair of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle I want to lay down his Royal duties as “hurt” and “deeply disappointed”.
Biographer of Queen Ingrid Seward said: “It’s all very blurred and hazy. It certainly can be argued that the first round of negotiations Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are a little similar to victorious. I’ve never heard of such Declaration in 30 years. It sounds very sad!”.