Meghan Markle: Russell Myers discusses Windsor appearance
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Meghan Markle was warmly welcomed by mourners outside Windsor Castle and was seen being given a close hug by a teenager in the crowd. The pair spoke briefly for a few moments and Meghan could be seen assuring her by putting her hand on her shoulder. Royal expert Neil Sean has claimed Meghan’s welcome could mean she is ready to “return to the UK at some point”.
Speaking on his YouTube channel, he claimed: “Meghan was ready and willing to meet the public.
“She was terrified about how the public might perceive her particularly over here in the UK but all those fears were pushed away very quickly.
“Meghan now feels validated because the British people do like her.
“You can understand how this could be the case because there she is in a very delicate situation and there’s the crowd happy to see her.
“For her now, what she really feels is that they are ready and willing to embrace their return at some point back to the UK.
“What happened on Saturday proves she is liked but it’s not just the British public that have to forgive her, it’s senior members of the monarchy.”
The visit in total lasted for just over 40 minutes, with the crowd chanting “Hip, hip, hooray” as the group left.
Julie Watson, 56, said it was “lovely” to see the group appear together.
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She met Kate during the walkabout and said: “I love Kate. She’s beautiful. I said I feel sad that the Queen has passed away and she had a tear in her eye.
“She wasn’t crying but her eyes looked watery.”
Her daughters Skye, 13, and Faye, 10, shook hands with both Kate and Meghan.
Angela Fleming, who met the Duke of Sussex, said that the hour-and-a-half wait outside was worth it, describing their appearance as “unexpected.”
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Banita Ranow, 28, among the crowd on the Long Walk, said she heard Kate tell children next to her about what her youngest son Louis had said about the Queen’s death.
She said Kate told the children: “Louis said at least Grannie is with Great Grandpa now.”
Ms Ranow said Kate was “welling up” as she spoke to the children.
Her mother Baljinder Ranow, 64, said the visit was “fabulous”, adding: “It was so beautiful to see. I felt so emotional and I felt the Queen would have loved it.
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