Monday, 13 January 2020

Prince arrives at Sandringham for royal 'Megxit' summit showdown with the Queen, Charles and William

Prince Harry has arrived at Sandringham to finally face the Queen, Prince Charles and Prince William for the first time since quitting as a senior royal with Meghan 'dialling in' to support her husband from Canada.

The Duke of Sussex wants his 93-year-old grandmother, father and brother to let him and his wife keep their royal titles while living in Canada and grabbing 'financial independence' to earn their own money using the Sussex brand.

Harry arrived at Sandringham via its rear entrance in a blacked-out Range Rover Evoque at 11.20am - just as he and his older brother released their first joint statement since the abdication crisis broke last Wednesday and blasted claims in The Times that the Sussexes have accused William of bullying behaviour.  

But his brother William arrived at 1.45pm - 15 minutes before the meeting started - suggesting he may have missed lunch with his brother and the Queen, who has been there since Christmas, as well as Charles, who arrived by helicopter yesterday.  

Her Majesty has been supported by Prince Philip throughout the abdication crisis and her husband of 72 years has acted as her sounding board for finding a solution. But the Duke of Edinburgh ducked out of the palace before the mega-summit started but is said to be furious with his grandson and his Californian-born wife. 

Meghan has reportedly told Harry she must step away from the royal family just 20 months after marrying into it, partly blaming his older brother, according to The Times, having told her husband over Christmas: 'It's not working for me'. 

But hitting back Harry and William said today it was a 'false story', adding: 'For brothers who care so deeply about the issues surrounding mental health, the use of inflammatory language in this way is offensive and potentially harmful'. 


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