Harry would be frustrated and upset at not being able to meet the Queen and Kate Middleton at Balmoral. While Meghan Markle, too busy, is completely indifferent
Harry would even be "shocked" at not being able to reach Queen Elizabeth and the rest of the Royal Family in Balmoral, Scotland, as they had planned since last March (see the video above).
The Sussexes were supposed to spend some time with the Sovereign and William and Kate Middleton in the royal mansion of Balmoral and for the occasion they would have to take little Archie with them. But all this did not happen and not because Harry and Meghan refused Her Majesty's invitation, but because of the pandemic that prevented the couple from flying to England. This is what the Express reports.
So while William and Kate, along with George, Charlotte and Louis, arrived at the Scottish estate on Friday 28 August and months later they were able to see the Queen and her husband Philip in person. Harry was forced to stay in Los Angeles and the inability to find himself with his family of origin and in particular with his sister-in-law Kate Middleton with whom he has always had a special relationship has "frustrated" him, as reported by sources close to the Prince.
However, a sentiment seems not to be shared by his wife Meghan Markle, not at all regretful of not being able to reach the august relatives from whom she ran away. On the contrary, she seems to have remained completely indifferent to the fact that she did not go to Scotland. An insider told InTouch Weekly: "Meghan doesn't feel she's missing anything." And she added: “She has been too busy arranging and decorating the new Montecito villa”. And now that she and Harry have also signed the deal with Netflix, she certainly won't have more time to dedicate to the Royal Family, not to mention charitable commitments.
While Harry seems to regret the traditional appointments that saw him as a protagonist, such as King Power Royal Charity Polo Day which takes place in late September and usually saw him compete with his brother William. The two Princes also remembered their mother Diana separately on the anniversary of her death, the first time this has happened in 23 years.
Harry is hoping to return to England next spring-summer when perhaps he will participate in the Trooping the Color and Invictus Games.