Queen Elizabeth II passed away on Thursday at the age of 95.

She was the longest reigning Monarch in British history.

Prince Harry arrived at Balmoral an hour and a half after his grandmother passed away.

Harry did not arrive in time to say goodbye to Queen Elizabeth despite the fact that there was notice given before she passed away.

Many of Queen Elizabeth II’s family members were present at her passing.

Prince Harry’s wife, Meghan Markel, did not accompany him to Balmoral today.

Prince Harry was pressured in to renouncing his royal titles after he moved to the United States with Markel.

Harry was also stripped of his honorary military titles.

He has had a tense relationship with the royal family since his marriage with Meaghan Markel.

The Daily Mail Reports

“Prince Harry has arrived at Balmoral – nearly an hour-and-a-half after the death of his grandmother, the Queen, was announced.

Buckingham Palace declared the passing of Britain’s longest-serving monarch aged 96 at 6.30pm this evening.

But flight data shows the Duke of Sussex’s jet was still in the air at the time, not touching down at the airport until nearly 15 minutes later. He was then seen in the back of a car leaving the site just after 7pm.

He then finally arrived at the Scottish estate at 7.52pm, where he will join other members of the Royal Family in mourning the Queen’s death.

Harry headed to Balmoral alone, without his wife Meghan, having previously been due to attend the WellChild Awards in London this evening.


He was expected to make a speech at tonight’s awards, which honours the brave deeds of seriously ill children, before he cancelled the appearance.”

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