Prince Harry will fly to London | EUROtoday

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Lhe information has left the UK in shock. After the revelation of the most cancers of King Charles III of England, made public on Monday February 5 by Buckingham, quite a few messages of assist had been despatched to the sovereign. The American and Canadian heads of state, Joe Biden, Justin Trudeau, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, and even Emmanuel Macron, expressed their issues and wished the monarch a very good restoration.

All eyes at the moment are on his sons: Prince William, who may succeed him as William V. on an interim foundation, but additionally Harry, who ought to quickly cross the Atlantic to see his father.

READ ALSO United Kingdom: the well being of the royal household is now not a taboo topicSources near the Duke of Sussex, exiled within the United States since 2020, say he’s anticipated to go to the king's bedside “in the coming days”. According to those family, relayed by the Guardian, his spouse, Meghan Markle, is not going to make the journey and may stick with their kids, Archie and Lilibet. Given the tensions between the couple and the royal household, the younger girl didn’t go to the coronation of Charles III final May.

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If their relationship shouldn’t be in good condition after his repeated shows within the media and the discharge of his autobiography strangling the Crown, Prince Harry can’t ignore his father's state. Especially since, in current months, he has solely made two journeys to England, together with a quick go to for the coronation, and one other to testify in a trial towards a tabloid.

The youngest son of Charles III had additionally expressed deep remorse on the loss of life of his grandmother Elizabeth II, arriving late at Balmoral, the place the queen had breathed her final. His coming to London appears all of the extra inevitable as his sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, has simply had surgical procedure and isn’t anticipated to return to her duties earlier than Easter.