Meghan Markle will watch a live stream of Prince Philip’s funeral with her son Archie in her LA home.
The Duchess of Sussex was unable to fly to UK for the service with Prince Harry as she is heavily pregnant.
Sources say she made “every effort” to be there but couldn’t get the sign off from her doctor for the 5,400-mile trip.
But she will follow the event on a video feed, which is the same as the televised version but without the commentary.
A Buckingham Palace has confirmed that loved ones who cannot make it to the funeral will make ‘private arrangement’s to remember the Duke of Edinburgh.
However Harry will be there to say his goodbyes to his grandfather, joining his brother Prince William and other senior members of the family to walk alongside the coffin.
He landed back in the UK on Sunday afternoon, two days after Philip’s death, and was spotted getting off a British Airways flight at London’s Heathrow Airport.
He seen wearing chinos, a jacket and black face mask, and was met by security off the plane before getting into a black Range Rover and being driven away.
The Queen has decided that the brothers will not walk side by side, placing their cousin Peter Phillips between them in the procession.
It’s the first time they have been together since…