The Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom will celebrate his 96 years and seven decades of reign at the Trooping the Color event next June. Henry and Meghan of Sussex They will travel to London with their children for the Platinum Jubilee, but the couple have not been invited to join the monarch in the traditional photo of the British royal family that is taken on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
This Friday Buckingham announced it through a statement: “After careful consideration, the queen has decided that the traditional appearance on the balcony of this year’s Trooping the Color on Thursday, June 2 limited this year to Her Majesty and members of the British Royal Family who currently perform official public duties on behalf of the queen,” he says.
Why Enrique and Meghan will not appear in the photo
After the announcement, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have made theirs through an unofficial spokesperson: they will travel from California to London with his two sonsArchie and Lilibet, for the Monarch’s Platinum Jubilee.
Two announcements that mean that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex return to London but They will not be with Queen Elizabeth II on the Buckingham balcony and will therefore be missing from the classic British royal family photo of which they were a part.
Buckigham Palace took advantage of the statement to also exclude the prince andrew of york, who left his royal duties for his involvement in the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking scandal. With Andrés his daughters also go out, the Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie of Yorkwho are not invited to appear with their grandmother on the balcony of the royal palace.