Queen Elizabeth had a significant determination to make at hand on Remembrance Day – whether or not to let Prince Harry lay the Cenotaph wreath or not.
However, the monarch determined inside ‘two seconds’ to ban this from occurring with the intention to train Harry and Meghan a lesson.
According to palace insiders, Queen turned down Harry’s request of a wreath being laid on his behalf and made the choice “in less than one minute.”
“Remembrance Sunday is sacrosanct when it comes to Her Majesty’s diary, it’s one of the most important dates in her calendar and nothing is done without her knowledge,” an insider informed the Daily Mail, including it took “all but two seconds.”
“People were suggesting the Palace’s reaction to what Harry asked was petty but it was the Queen’s decision. And what’s more, she actually had very strong views on the subject,” the supply added.
A second insider confirmed the intel saying, “The Queen is very firmly of the opinion that you can’t pick and choose what you do when it comes to the institution, either you are in — or you are out.”