Published On: Sun, Apr 21st, 2019

Meghan Markle news: Prince Harry greets Queen ALONE on her birthday in Windsor | Royal | News

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Queen Elizabeth II was welcomed by 16 members of the Royal Family, including Prince Harry, Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, as she arrived at the chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle for the Easter Service. The Dean of Windsor, David Conner, was also one of the people wishing happy birthday to the Queen outside the church. But among the noticeable absentees there was Meghan, whose firstborn is due any day now. 

The Daily Express royal correspondent, Richard Palmer, wrote on Twitter: “William, Kate and Harry are among 16 members of the Royal Family at St George’s Chapel for Easter Sunday Mattins on the Queen’s 93rd birthday today.” 

Other royals attending the ceremony included the Princess Royal, Princess Anne, Zara and Mike Tindall, Prince Andrew, Sophie Countess of Wessex, her son James Viscount Severn, and Peter and Autumn Phillips

For the occasion, the Queen, who arrived by car while the other royals walked to the chapel, donned a pale-blue coat embroidered with golden decorations, a matching hat, her signature pearl earrings and a red lipstick, which matched with the flowers decorating her hat. 

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Prince Harry wore a dark blue suit and a pale-blue tie which matched the monarch’s ensemble.

Prince William and Kate, who wore a recycled lilac Alexander McQueen coat dress already worn in 2014 during a three-week tour of Australia and New Zealand, arrived by themselves, smiling and chatting their way towards the chapel. 

Kate beamed as she greeted her grandmother-in-law with a curtsey outside the chapel.

While Meghan was not alongside her husband to greet the monarch, she has already wished happy birthday in a touching message shared on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s official Instagram profile.  

Earlier this morning, they published seven pictures of the Queen with Harry and Meghan, adding: “Happy Birthday Your Majesty, Ma’am, Granny. Wishing you the most wonderful day!” 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex signed off the message with the emoticon of a red balloon and their names, “Harry & Meghan”.

The message received in less than one hour almost 95,000 likes.  

Prince Harry’s lone arrival to St George’s Cathedral, where he got married to Meghan on May 19 last year, has fuelled speculations the royal baby is imminent.  



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