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Queen Elizabeth bans Prince Harry,  Meghan Markle, and Prince Andrew from Buckingham Palace balcony on her platinum jubilee

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Queen Elizabeth has banned Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and Prince Andrew from making an look at Buckingham Palace balcony with different royals on her platinum jubilee.

 

The announcement was made at present, Could 6, by a Palace spokesperson.

 

In accordance with the announcement, solely working royals will seem on the balcony, and Prince Harry, Meghan, and Prince Andrew are not working royals.

 

“The Queen has determined this 12 months’s conventional Trooping the Color balcony look on Thursday June 2 shall be restricted to Her Majesty and people members of the royal household who’re at present endeavor official public duties on behalf of the Queen,” a palace spokesman stated.

 

The 96-year-old monarch’s decisive motion to solely embody royals finishing up official public duties, similar to Harry’s father and brother, for the Buckingham Palace parade was taken by her “after cautious consideration”, the spokesperson stated.

 

But there are exceptions for a few of Harry’s fellow grandchildren and a few of the Queen’s great-grandchildren together with George, Charlotte and Louis.

 

Nonetheless, it’s understood the Sussexes have been invited to different jubilee occasions – more likely to embody the service of thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday June 3. Andrew can be anticipated to be there.

 

Harry and Meghan stepped down as working royals two years in the past whereas Andrew was solid out of the royal establishment over his civil sexual assault case that noticed him hand £12million to one in all Jeffrey Epstein’s intercourse slaves. 

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