Home for Christmas?
Ever since the frail monarch, 95, was hospitalized on October 20 and forced to forgo all future solo public appearances, Harry, 37, “has been in touch with her nonstop, sending messages and care packages. But he feels that’s not enough and wants to be by her side,” shares the source.
“She’s made it clear she wants nothing more to do with the Windsors, and he respects that, even if it means not being with her and the kids [Archie, 2, and Lilibet, 5 months],” the source says.
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“He’s fearful there may not be another opportunity to celebrate the holidays with the queen. For all of his grievances with the royal family, he adores his grandmother and misses her terribly,” the insider concludes.
OK! reported her Majesty was treated at the private King Edward VII's Hospital in London on Wednesday, October 20, before she was discharged early Thursday morning and sent home to recover.
The queen's stay was reportedly for practical reasons, allowing doctors to do some "preliminary investigations" and to run tests on the head of England. According to the Palace, Queen Elizabeth II remains in "good spirits" and is trying to get as much work done as she continues to rest and recuperate.
Royal representatives stressed the queen was not ill with COVID.
Markle has not set foot back in England since her and Prince Harry’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey earlier this year, where the two exposed what life was really like behind palace walls.