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Meghan Markle watched funeral on TV, sent handwritten card with wreath

29 days ago   |   By New York Post

Officially unable to attend Prince Philip's funeral because of her pregnancy, Meghan Markle sent a handwritten card for the Duke of Edinburgh that was placed on a wreath at St George's Chapel Saturday. The Duchess of Sussex, who is expecting a baby girl in early summer, stayed in California with son Archie as Prince Harry flew to...
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Pregnant Meghan Markle watched Prince Philip's funeral from California, sent handwritten note: report

Pregnant Meghan Markle watched Prince Philip's funeral from California, sent handwritten note: report

29 days ago   |   By NY Daily News

Meghan Markle couldn't attend her grandfather-in-law's funeral due to her pregnancy but watched his Saturday service from the California home she shares with Prince Harry, People magazine reported.
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Meghan Markle Sent a Handwritten Note With a Wreath for Prince Philip's Funeral

1 month ago   |   By Vanity Fair

The Duchess of Sussex was watching the event from home in Los Angeles, unable to travel because of her pregnancy.
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Meghan Markle Handwrote Card for Prince Philip Funeral and Is Watching From Home

1 month ago   |   By Newsweek

Meghan Markle has handwritten a card for Prince Philip to be laid on a wreath at his funeral Saturday as she watches the service from home in California.
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