Meghan Markle forbids Prince Harry to travel overseas after Prince Charles’ coronavirus diagnosis: report

Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle has taboo Prince Harry from going in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, including an excursion abroad to see his dad Prince Charles, who tried positive for COVID-19.

Harry’s 71-year-old dad, who is preferred choice to the British honored position, tried positive for coronavirus after showing gentle indications, his office declared Wednesday.

Charles and his wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, have since headed out to the Balmoral bequest in Scotland for self-disengagement. Sources presently have told the Daily Mail that Markle has set some hard boundaries: “By no means is she alright with him voyaging anyplace at the present time.”

The source affirmed Harry has been in contact with the Prince of Wales since his test outcomes returned positive. Both the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are “baffled” they can’t accomplish more to help, the insiders said.

Markle’s movement prohibition on Harry comes after U.K. media journalist Neil Sean told Fox News that Harry, who is at present in Canada with Markle and their son Archie, “wanted to return straight away” but was told by the patriarch “not to travel,” assuring the 35-year-old “he will be fine.”

One positive takeaway to Charles’ conclusion is that it has brought Harry and his more established sibling, Prince William, closer together following a months-in length break between the kin.

“Harry and [his older brother] William are now on speaking terms again and this has healed the rift that was ongoing,” a palace insider told Sean. “Both brothers have linked with up to Charles via video and joked and made him feel happy that they were together again.”

Charles’ finding went ahead the impact points of a declaration from the British illustrious family a week ago announcing occasions would be either dropped or deferred as Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip set out to Windsor Castle multi-week right on time to remove themselves.

Charles and Camilla had just dropped they’re up and coming eight-day illustrious visit, which was set to start on March 17 and finish up on March 25, with stops in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Cyprus and Jordan.

Camilla has tried adverse for COVID-19 and Queen Elizabeth stays in solid condition, a Buckingham Palace representative affirmed Wednesday.

“Her Majesty The Queen remains in good health. The Queen last saw the Prince of Wales briefly after the investiture on the morning of the 12th of March and is following all the appropriate advice with regard to her welfare,” the spokesman said.

The family’s yearly Maundy administration at St. George’s Chapel on April 9 has just been dropped, and alongside it, three nursery parties booked to be facilitated by the sovereign in May will likewise never again be held, the announcement affirmed.