The Queen is currently in grieving mode and is in no mood to carry out any form of confrontation during the family summit, claim sources.
The grieving monarch just bid farewell to her beloved husband of 73 years, the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, through a royal funeral ceremony that the world watched closely.
For this reason, inside sources claim that the much-anticipated family summit will have nothing to do with the controversy surrounding the royals regarding Harry and Meghan’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.
One Royal expert also mentioned how her Majesty hates all forms of confrontation and would prefer to chat about animals like dogs and horses. Hence, she will most likely not be in the mood for a family summit discussing anything too serious.
The Queen bid her final farewell to her husband on Saturday as the world watched Prince Harry fly back into the country to pay his final respects to his grandfather despite all the controversy surrounding him. This was also the first time that the cameras caught a glimpse of Prince William and Prince Harry together, despite the estranged relationship between the two brothers.
Harry was seen chatting with his brother as they exited the chapel with Kate and returned back to Kensington Palace.
Now, reports mention how the Duke of Sussex is reported to fly back to Los Angeles today to accompany his pregnant wife Meghan Markle. And that means he will miss the Queen’s 95th birthday celebrations that are scheduled to take place on Wednesday.
One Royal biographer spoke about how the Queen will simply not be in the mood as she hates confrontation and that is why it is very hard for her children to get access to her in general when it comes to discussing anything in particular.
For instance, Royal reporters confirmed how it took her Majesty a record-breaking 3 weeks to speak about Fergie’s divorce. Instead, the Queen used to brush off the topic by mentioning, “Oh I need to take my dogs for a walk.”