The Queen and Charles pictured side-by-side for the first time since Meghan and Harry's bombshell Oprah interview
THE Queen and Charles are pictured side-by-side for the first time since the Oprah Winfrey interview.
Her Majesty, 94 — fresh from her second jab — strolled among Easter daffodils with her eldest son, 75.
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A source said the pair “chatted about the flowers and blossoms” in the garden at Frogmore House, Windsor.
Harry and Meghan’s Oprah chat — including claims a senior royal made remarks about son Archie’s skin tone — will have been on their minds too.
The Queen and Charles were last pictured together in December, just before PM Boris Johnson’s new Covid lockdown.
One of the last times they saw Harry, 36, was the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey in March 2020 — the month he quit royal duties for the US.
Harry’s military pal and Strictly star JJ Chalmers yesterday insisted the Prince will serve the UK for life.
Ex-Marine JJ, a patron for Help For Heroes, told The Sun: “Harry has made it very clear, not just in the Oprah interview but before it, that he wants to continue to serve the greater community — especially the ones he cares dearly about, including the armed forces community.
“He will continue to serve because he is a veteran and that’s what he’s doing now, albeit from a different place.
“We are taking the skills and values ingrained in us. We just don’t stop serving. Our oath of allegiance doesn’t end the day you take off your uniform.”
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