Like every year, the British royal family meets again in early November to pay tribute to British soldiers who fell during the two world wars. But this year the British tabloids were on the alert. And for good reason: this Saturday, November 9, the Sussex found for the first time the Cambridge since the broadcast of the documentary Meghan & Harry, an African Journey. Asked by journalist Tom Bradby, Prince Harry had spoken on this occasion his disagreements with his older brother William. "We have certainly taken different paths for the moment, but I will always be there for him, just as I know he will always be there for me," he admitted.
However, it is a family apparently united who appeared on the balcony of the Royal Albert Hall of London. Sitting in the front row, Queen Elizabeth II had Prince William and Kate Middleton on her right while Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles were standing to his left. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stood behind British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his companion Carrie Symonds.
This Sunday, the Sussex and Cambridge will go together to the annual Remembrance Day commemoration mass, and then lay wreaths at a funerary monument. A new appearance that should carefully scrutinize the fans of royalty.
In video, the warning of the friends of Meghan Markle on the power of the English tabloids
The editorial advises you: