On September 8, 2022, the world was shocked to learn of the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The beloved monarch had reigned for more than six decades, and her passing was met with an outpouring of grief from people around the world.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who had been living in Germany since early 2021, were among those who expressed their sorrow. Upon hearing the news, Harry immediately made arrangements to travel to Scotland to be with the rest of the royal family.
Unfortunately, Harry arrived in Scotland mere hours after the Queen had passed away. He was unable to be with her during her final moments, but his presence was still felt by the family. Upon his arrival, he was welcomed with open arms by his brother, Prince William, and his father, Prince Charles.
The family gathered together to mourn the Queen’s passing and to celebrate her life. They shared memories of her and discussed her legacy, as well as her impact on the world.
The funeral for Queen Elizabeth II was held a few days later. Harry was present for the service, and he was seen comforting his brother and father during the ceremony.
Though Harry was not with the Queen when she died, his presence was still felt by the family. His presence was a reminder of the love and respect that the Queen had for her family, and it was a reminder of the bond that the family had for her.