Meghan Markle sent floral crown to Prince Philip


Florist Willow Crossley confirmed that Meghan Markle bought a special crown from Los Angeles with a handwritten note.

English florist Willow Crossley confirmed that Meghan Markle sent Prince Harry a special crown accompanied by a handwritten note, which was placed during religious service at Prince Philip’s funeral.

The crown had a very special meaning and it was the florist who designed it, completing the arrangement with important flowers to represent the life of the late Duke of Edinburgh.

Crossley is not a stranger to the Dukes of Sussex. She was in charge of the floral arrangements for the bride and groom’s wedding and also Archie’s christening.

The Duke’s funeral was the first time Prince Harry and Prince William have been publicly viewed since Harry and Meghan’s bombastic interview with Oprah Winfrey.

The brothers met before the funeral began, at a meeting at Windsor Castle, before the procession began behind the coffin of their grandfather, Prince Philip.

Harry and William did not walk shoulder to shoulder in the procession, being separated by their cousin Peter Phillips, son of Princess Anne.

Both wore a suit and tie after the queen decided that no family member would wear a uniform.

As they left the chapel, the brothers walked side by side for the first time.

Harry and William were seen walking and talking to each other after their grandfather’s funeral. Kate was also seen talking to her brother-in-law, while the three of them left together after the service.


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