British Queen Elizabeth received heartbreaking news as her childhood friend Lady Myra Butter has died recently.
According to the Newsweek, the Queen is mourning the demise of her close friend Lady Myra, who was also very close to monarch’s late husband Prince Philip.
Butter passed away ‘peacefully’ at the age of 97 on Friday, July 29, according to a death notice published in The Daily Telegraph. “Myra Alice, Lady (CVO) died peacefully on Friday 29th July 2022 in London aged 97. Beloved wife of the late Major Sir David Butter. Adored mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Private family funeral in Scotland,” the death notice reads. As per details, when Elizabeth was still a princess, Lady Myra Butter was in the 1st Buckingham Palace Company of Girl Guides with her.
The then princess Elizabeth was also guest at Butter’s wedding in November 1946. Queen Elizabeth also used to swim with her close friend Lady Butter.Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle is reportedly worried for ‘homesick’ husband Prince Harry, who wants to do anything for her. According to a report by the International Business Times, the mother of Archie and Lilibet fears that any trip to UK can be a trigger for Prince Harry to quit US life and return to his royal roots.
The report further says Queen Elizabeth’s invitation to her grandson Prince Harry has left Meghan concerned. She is worried it could make the Duke of Sussex return to Britain for good. There were reports the Queen had invited Harry and his family to Balmoral for summer break and the Duke has accepted the invitation with open arms. However, Meghan, who has been aware of Harry’s homesickness for some time, sees this invite a ‘bittersweet.’ The Daily Star, citing unnamed source, claimed that Meghan Markle “fears Harry will be lured back into the fold and want to return to the UK”.