Meghan and Harry hold ‘secret talks’ with Prince Charles at Clarence House

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex travelled from California to join the Royal Family and the British public in the celebrations for the Queen’s 70-year reign this week. Their much-awaited trip has inevitably put all eyes on them – including those of journalists Katie Nicholl and Adrienne Arsenault. The two were reporting on-air with CBC today when they saw Prince Harry and Meghan being driven out of Clarence House, the home of the Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, who shortly after left their residence, too. The fact that the Sussexes are staying at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor suggests they paid Harry’s father and stepmother a visit. has approached Clarence House for comment.

News of a possible meeting comes after the couple, who left the UK in 2019 as they gave up their roles as senior working royals for a life away from the spotlight in the US, attended their first official event together since stepping back from the Firm.

Their arrival at St Paul’s Cathedral was anticipated by observers keen to witness the dynamics between the Sussexes and the rest of the family.

Queen's Jubilee: Harry and Meghan arrive at Thanksgiving service

Harry and Meghan got to the cathedral for the service just minutes before William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who went without their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

Charles and Camilla followed but, once seated, both sets of senior royals stayed separate from the Sussexes.

Charles represented the Queen at the thanksgiving service after the 96-year-old monarch was regrettably forced to pull out after experiencing some “discomfort” during the first day of Jubilee celebrations, and watched the service at home in Windsor instead.

A Buckingham Palace statement on Friday read: “Taking into account the journey and activity required to participate in tomorrow’s National Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral, Her Majesty with great reluctance has concluded that she will not attend.”


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