After Queens' funeral, Meghan Markle is said to have requested a solo meeting with King Charles

After Queens' funeral, Meghan Markle is said to have requested a solo meeting with King Charles ...

Meghan Markle, 41, has reportedly requested a "one-to-one" conversation with King Charles III, 73, before she and Prince Harry, 37, return to California following their weeks of public mourning over Queen Elizabeth II's death with the royal family. "She'd now like before they return to California to have a one-to-one conversation with King Charles III," said a royal reporter.

β€œShe believes this letter would give us an opportunity to clarify the truth, separate right from wrong,” Neil said, but added that it's a "very brave move" from Meghan. He also claimed that Harry is known to be "hot-headed."

The written letter, which according to Neil is a customary way to request a meeting with the British monarch, came just before the royal family went through a week-long private mourning following Queen Elizabeth's death on September 8. The late queen was laid to rest at the King George VI Memorial Chapel at Windsor Castle, alongside her parents, Queen Elizabeth and King George VI.

Meghan and Harry were already living in the United Kingdom when Queen Elizabeth died at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, and Harry rushed to be by her side when her medical staff became increasingly concerned about her health. Prince Harry did not make it in time to say goodbye, but she was surrounded by many of her beloved family members, including Prince William and all of her children, two days later on September 10.

Despite any ongoing conflict, the family remained strong as they honored the Queen's life and legacy. Meghan and Kate even broke royal regulations by hugging mourners outside Windsor Castle for the first time, and despite Meghan and Harry being apparently uninvited from the late queen's pre-funeral reception because they are not working members of the family, they showed up to her funeral to pay their respects, with Meghan even becoming teary-eyed and sad.

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