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Piers Morgan Claims Harry And Meghan’s Reunion With Royals Was ‘Icy’

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Piers Morgan has claimed that Harry and Meghan’s reunion with the royal family was ‘frosty’ ahead of the platinum anniversary.

Piers, 57, said royal sources had told him the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, 37 and 40, had gone behind the scenes at the Trooping of the Colour.

The father of four said his palace contacts claimed the atmosphere had been icy and tense.

Piers said, “The rest of the family went into the yard and walked around and they just disappeared.

“So there’s a lot of tension there already and the only glue it seems in this whole tension is The Queen and she won’t be there.”

Piers also renewed his feud with Meghan at the event to mark 70 years of the monarch’s reign.

He also suggested to his 7.9 million Twitter followers that Prince Louis’s reaction to the royal crossing — where he memorably grabbed his ears and grimaced — was actually to something else.

Provocative Piers yelled, ‘Is this when Aunt Meghan arrived?’ next to the series of photos of the young prince making faces on the balcony.

Piers logged into Twitter to post this collage of photos of Louis reacting to the flypast

Meghan Markle appears to be silencing the royal children as she is seen in the Major General's office overlooking London's Horse Guards Parade during Trooping the Color celebrations yesterday, with Savannah and Isla Phillips and Lena and Mia Tindall

Meghan Markle appears to be silencing the royal children as she is seen in the Major General’s office overlooking London’s Horse Guards Parade during Trooping the Color celebrations yesterday, with Savannah and Isla Phillips and Lena and Mia Tindall

Prince Harry speaks to the Duke of Kent with Meghan Markle as they attended Trooping the Color in London yesterday

Prince Harry speaks to the Duke of Kent with Meghan Markle as they attended Trooping the Color in London yesterday

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were spotted in a car in London yesterday during the platinum anniversary celebrations

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were spotted in a car in London yesterday during the platinum anniversary celebrations

It wasn’t his only dig at Meghan during the day, covering events for Fox News as part of his £50 million global deal with Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp empire.

He told Fox: “Meghan and Harry, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, flew in from California.

“They are also not allowed on the balcony, as they are not considered royals in the sense of any work for duty.

“They’re all doing it for money from Netflix, so they’ve been pushed into the back, that kind of little outhouse at the back of the palace.”

Piers Morgan made the comments yesterday on his 'Piers Morgan Uncensored' TV show

Piers Morgan made the comments yesterday on his ‘Piers Morgan Uncensored’ TV show

The Queen met her great-granddaughter Lilibet for the first time after Harry and Meghan had lunch with the monarch and senior royals behind closed doors as part of the platinum anniversary celebrations.

They introduced their daughter to the Queen, who was nicknamed Lilibet as a child, in Windsor yesterday at a private royal family event after Trooping the Color at Buckingham Palace.

Harry and Meghan are expected to remain mostly inconspicuous over the four-day anniversary weekend, with no sign of the Netflix cameras following them during the Invictus Games in the Netherlands in April. But they will attend Thanksgiving service today at St Paul’s Cathedral – their first joint royal engagement in two years.

Prince Charles will officially represent the Queen at the service in London today after she was forced to withdraw last night, and there will also be no appearance from Prince Andrew after he tested positive for coronavirus.

Royal fans sing the national anthem as they gather along the Mall leading to London's Buckingham Palace

Royal fans sing the national anthem as they gather along the Mall leading to London’s Buckingham Palace

Crowds have gathered at The Mall early today to grab their first spot for the biggest royal celebration in decades - as four days of events finally kick off with Trooping the Color

Crowds have gathered at The Mall early today to grab their first spot for the biggest royal celebration in decades – as four days of events finally kick off with Trooping the Color

The Sussexes, who are staying at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor during a visit from California, were banned from the balcony of Buckingham Palace yesterday and instead watched the work of Horse Guards Parade.

But today’s service will be Harry and Meghan’s first appearance at The Firm since the icy Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey in March 2020, shortly before they officially step down as senior royals.

The 96-year-old Queen will miss today’s service at St Paul’s following a last-minute decision announced by the palace at 7.30pm last night after experiencing ‘discomfort’ during the Trooping The Color events.

She is said to have had episodic mobility issues yesterday – and in a statement, the palace revealed that the Queen “enjoyed her birthday parade and flying past, but “did experience some discomfort.”

It read: “Considering the travel and activities required to participate in the National Thanksgiving service tomorrow at St. Paul’s Cathedral, Her Majesty has regretfully concluded that she will not be attending.”

It is clear that the decision ahead of the service, which begins at 11:30 am today, was considered regrettable but wise due to the length of the journey and the time involved and the physical demands the service would make.

High-ranking members of the monarchy at St Paul’s this morning will also include the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Sussexes, who will be joined by the extended royal family.

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