The royal family never forgets their responsibilities, even as they struggle to mourn the death of their loved one. On Sunday, Prince William and Prince Harry stood shoulder-to-shoulder in front of their citizens for the first time since 2020 to greet them at Windsor Castle and receive the tribute that the crowd paid to the late monarch. In those important moments, the brothers accompanied their wives. Meghan and Kate they also comforted the people who passed by, shook hands with them, and had a short conversation.
Unfortunately, while Princess Kate was greeted with open arms, yes Meghan he was holding hands uncertainly. Not everyone decided to return the sign of Harry’s wife. At one point, the actress wanted to shake the hand of the woman who was leaning on the railing nearby, but the woman did not accept the gesture and even waved it away with a mocking smile as soon as Markle turned away.
Perhaps Meghan was very sad, because together with her husband she tried to forget past hatreds and honor the memory of Queen Elizabeth II.
Not everyone was prejudiced against the Duchess of Sussex. The 14-year-old girl was eagerly awaiting Markle’s arrival. The girl not only talked to Harry’s wife easily, but also hugged him in front of everyone, and the photo of the women spread like wildfire around the world.
It turned out that a Polish actress living in England showed kindness. The girl was very happy and told reporters with enthusiasm about what she found.
The Polish woman admitted that Markle has been through a lot and that she is welcome in her husband’s country regardless.
“I just wanted to hug him. I was kind of drawn to him, and I thought that was the right thing to do. I just wanted to show him that he is welcome here. I wanted to hug him after everything that happened, really,” he reported happily.
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