Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle have paid a visit to Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle on Thursday for the first time since surrendering their Royal titles.
The office of the couple said that they visited the 95-year-old Monarch as part of their trip to the Netherlands to attend the Invictus Games as Prince Harry is the founder and the patron of the games.
Since renouncing their titles, both Harry and Meghan never had a joint trip to the UK until their yesterday's trip, however, the Duke of Sussex had solo appearances at the kingdom for attending the funeral of his grandfather, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, and the ceremony of unveiling the statue of his late mother, the Princess of Wales Diana.
It was reported early this week that the Dutch Royal Family, King Willem-Alexander and Princess Margriet will not receive the Sussexes, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle.
The spokesperson of the Dutch Royals said: “King Willem-Alexander and Princess Margriet will attend the Invictus Games. The Princess will be present at the opening ceremony on April 16th, the King at the closing ceremony on April 22nd.”
Although Prince Harry is the patron of the Games, he will not have an audience with the Dutch Royalties, and will not be offered a room in the Dutch Royal Palace.
The main reason for that is the Sussexes surrendering their Royal titles, and duties, so they will not be given any attention as Royalties, however, they will be given the treatment of VIP guests.
In addition, they will be offered several security guards for protecting them, however, they should not be armed men.