Prince Harry attended the award ceremony without Meghan Markle because one of their children ‘became unwell’
Duke of Sussex Prince Harry was honoured with ‘Living Legends of Aviation’ award on Friday in a ceremony he attended without his wife Meghan Markle, who was due to appear alongside the husband.
Now, Hello magazine, quoting the PA news agency, has disclosed the real reason why Meghan did not join Harry for the star-studded show.
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The news agency reveals: “The Duchess of Sussex, who had been expected to attend the event, was not present as one of their children became unwell the PA news agency understands.”
Earlier, Prince Harry was honored with the award, in a ceremony hosted by actor John Travolta.
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Meanwhile, a statement on the event’s website reads: “Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex is a humanitarian, spent the first 10 years of his adulthood serving in the British Army, during which he undertook two tours of duty in Afghanistan as a forward air controller and an Apache helicopter pilot.”