The British royal family has had many disagreements in recent years, but all old grudges must be forgotten.
This was the Queen's order.
The British edition of the Daily Mail claims that Her Majesty urged relatives not to make a drama during the celebration of her Platinum Jubilee. Apparently, the monarch's appeal was primarily addressed to her grandson Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, as well as Prince Charles and Prince William, whose resentment against the red-haired Duke is still upsetting Elizabeth II.
According to insiders, the Sussex couple has vowed to behave with restraint and not draw public attention. However, Buckingham Palace officials are convinced that on 4 June, when daughters of Harry and Meghan will be one year old, "rebellious" members of the Royal family will still not be able to restrain themselves from "pulling the blanket over themselves" in the official celebrations.
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