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The Universal Magazine

Prince Harry in London: Only Diana’s Family Comes to Welcome Him

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle

Prince Harry expressed his joy at the celebration of the tenth anniversary of the Invictus Games in London, surrounded by the family of his late mother, Diana Spencer. This event was marked by the notable presence of his uncle, Earl Spencer, and his aunt, Lady Jane Fellowes, who provided valuable family support in the absence of King Charles III.

The latter, held back by his royal duties, was unable to meet his son during this visit. The prince had hoped to see his father and brother before leaving the United Kingdom, but this was not possible. "Family is important to him, no matter which side it is on," emphasized a close source.

In addition to his uncle and aunt, Harry was supported by his first cousins, at a reception held at St Paul’s Cathedral, which also saw the participation of actor Damian Lewis.

During this brief return to the United Kingdom, which did not include a meeting with King Charles, Prince Harry was still able to count on the support of his wife, Meghan Markle, who surprised him by joining him briefly before his departure for Nigeria. In London, Meghan made only a quick appearance at Heathrow airport, without straying from the terminal.

The couple then continued their commitment to charitable and military causes by visiting Nigeria, honoring the memory of Lady Diana, and meeting injured members of the armed forces.