Meghan Markle is expected to privately honor Prince Philip at his funeral this weekend.
The Duchess of Sussex, who is unable to fly on doctors’ orders because she is pregnant with her second child, has made ‘private arrangements’ to pay her own respects to the Duke of Edinburgh following his death on 9th April, aged 99.
Duchess Meghan, 39, will remain in Los Angeles with son Archie, one, as husband Prince Harry, who flew to the UK last week to isolate, attends his grandfather’s funeral service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle on Saturday.
But despite being missing from the service in person, how Meghan Markle will honor Prince Philip is by paying her respects in addition to being able to watch the funeral on a special live stream, according to The Sun.
Ongoing Coronavirus restrictions have meant that funerals, including ones of royal family members, have to be limited to 30 guests. And other guests who under normal circumstances, would have attended the funeral, will be given special log-in details to watch the live stream of the memorial service.
It’s understood the live stream, which is how Meghan Markle will honor Prince Philip, will feature the same footage as the BBC but without the live commentary and you can watch Prince Philip’s funeral from anywhere in the world.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry, who will come face to face in public with his brother Prince William for the first time since their fall out following Harry…