Meghan Markle was not welcomed in Balmoral following the death of the Queen.

The visit to Balmoral, where Queen Elizabeth passed away as her children flocked to the ill monarch, was forgone by Meghan Markle.

In addition, when word of the Queen’s poor condition spread, rumors surfaced that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would soon be traveling to Scotland.

The Duchess of Sussex was nowhere to be discovered, but Harry was seen alone in a vehicle with a sad expression.

According to an insider, the Suits star skipped Scotland because she feels she is not welcomed there.

Meghan thought it would be inappropriate for her to visit Balmoral given her connection to the royal family.

“She is not welcomed there,” the informant stated, “and it was just close family.

At the age of 96, the Queen passed away at Balmoral on September 8th. Meghan Markle did not accompany the royals.’

The Duchess of Sussex was informed of the monarch’s passing, but how? It’s probable that her husband, Prince Harry, told her about the awful news when he was out during a visit.

Among the many royals that visited Her Majesty’s estate were Prince Charles, Duchess Camilla, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, Sophie Wessex, and Harry’s brother Prince William.

Following reports of the Queen’s deteriorating health, Harry and Meghan decided not to attend the WellChild Awards on Thursday.

After more tests on Thursday morning, a representative for the group stated: “The Queen’s doctors have voiced concern about her health and urged that she should be kept under constant monitoring. The Queen resides comfortably at Balmoral.”

The monarch’s passing became official at 18:30 and was announced as such: “The Queen passed away peacefully this afternoon at Balmoral. Before leaving for London, the King and the Queen Consort will spend today’s evening and tomorrow in Balmoral.”

Aides in black also formally fastened the statement to the railings outside Buckingham Palace as the Union flag was lowered to half-mast.

Charles, Harry’s father, has ascended to the English throne as the Queen’s heir.

Camilla Parker-Bowles will become Queen Consort when her husband succeeds to the throne. On the eve of her Platinum Jubilee, the Queen delivered a very personal speech in which she expressed her wishes for the future of the monarchy.

I’m eternally thankful and humbled by the loyalty and affection you all continue to show me, she said.

It is my sincere desire that Camilla will be acknowledged as Queen Consort when that time comes as she continues her own dedicated duty, the king said. “I know you will support my son Charles and his wife Camilla in the same manner that you have supported me,” the monarch added.