The Queen of England and her oldest son Prince Charles (72) made some great memories strolling in the Garden of Frogmore Cottage, to mark the Easter weekend.
The walk which was on the third of April, was tweeted by the Buckingham Palace with a photograph of the monarch, 94, and Prince Charles wearing a smile.
In the picture, the pair looked directly at the camera with their hands in their pockets. The Queen was in a green coat and headscarf, while the Prince of Wales was with a tan coat to a gray tie.
While Elizabeth ordinarily spends Easter dispersing exceptionally printed coins in red-and-white satchels at Westminster Abbey to recognize extraordinary Christian service, she dropped the custom, which traces all the way back to 600 A.D., in the midst of the Covid pandemic.
The Queen’s Frogmore Cottage walk comes one year after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle declared their progression back from their senior obligations and moved out of the Windsor home.
The couple (Prince and Meghan), who currently live in Montecito, California, had lived on the property with their child, Archie, presently 22 months, since April 2019. (They recently lived in Kensington Palace while revamping the five separate staff quarters into a 10-room home).
Nonetheless, dependable sources from inside says: The Queen has always had a soft spot for Harry and looked out for him, so she is incredibly hurt and shocked that it has come to this. She’s trying to understand Prince Harry and see things from his perspective.