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Queen Elizabeth Agrees 'Period Of Transition' In Which Harry And Meghan Will Spend Time In Canada And UK - Statement

13 Jan, 2020

    Queen Elizabeth says Prince Harry and Meghan will split time between Canada and U.K. after 'constructive discussions' with Royal Family

     

    Queen's statement confirmed that she has "had very constructive discussions" on the future of Prince Harry and his family.

     

    She also said the royal family is "entirely supportive" of the couple's desire to live a more independent life.

     
     

    Queen says in statement she would have preferred Harry and Meghan to remain full-time working members of the royal family, understands their wish to live a more independent life as a family 'while remaining a valued part of my family'

     
     

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