Meghan Markle Won’t Join Royal Family To Be At Bedside Of Sick Queen: Report | Eastern North Carolina Now | While members of the royal family are rushing to be at Queen Elizabeth II‘s bedside as she remains under medical supervision, Meghan Markle is reportedly not making the trip.

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    While members of the royal family are rushing to be at Queen Elizabeth II's bedside as she remains under medical supervision, Meghan Markle is reportedly not making the trip.

    Page Six reported Thursday that it has confirmed Markle will not travel to Balmoral, where the queen is under care, and that Markle's husband, Prince Harry, is making the trip alone.

    "Meghan Markle is not traveling to Balmoral, BBC reports," HuffPo writer Philip Lewis similarly reported. "Prince Harry is making the trip by himself."

    The monarch, crowned back in 1953, is currently under medical supervision as she suffers from health issues, Buckingham Palace confirmed Thursday morning.

    "Following further evaluation this morning, The Queen's doctors are concerned for Her Majesty's health and have recommended she remain under medical supervision," a spokesperson from Buckingham Palace said. "The Queen remains comfortable and at Balmoral."

    The Prince of Wales, his wife Camilla, and the Duke of Cambridge have reportedly rushed to be at her bedside. Prince Harry, too, is reportedly on his way.

    Notably, Markle did not attend Prince Philip's funeral last year since the podcast host was pregnant with her second child and instructed not to fly.
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