Meghan Markle cancels Jimmy Fallon’s appearance for the UN General Assembly and trip to NYC – both scheduled for the day after the Queen’s funeral – and postpones the next Archetype podcast
- Meghan Markle has canceled several planned appearances after the death of the Queen
- She was booked on The Tonight Show for September 20, but was turned down
- Her appearance with Prince Harry at the United Nations on the same day was also canceled
- The Queen’s funeral is expected on 19 September, which presents a clear struggle
- The Duchess of Sussex will also reportedly delay the release of next week’s podcast
Meghan Markle has canceled several planned appearances in New York that were scheduled for the day after the likely date of Queen Elizabeth’s funeral, as the royal family enters the official morning for the monarch.
The Duchess of Sussex was scheduled to appear on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on September 20, the same day she and Prince Harry planned to visit the United Nations General Assembly in Manhattan.
Sources told Page Six on Friday that both appearances have now been scrapped, and that Markle plans to delay the release of the next episode of her podcast Archetypes, scheduled for release on Spotify next Tuesday. it was done.
Incidentally, the Queen died on Thursday while the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were in the middle of a European tour on a public relations blitz.
Meghan Markle is seen in Germany on Tuesday. The Queen died while the Sussexes were on a PR blitz, but they are apparently canceling upcoming appearances
Markle was scheduled to appear on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon (above) on September 20, the day after the Queen’s funeral, but she has withdrawn.
Queen Elizabeth is seen on Tuesday, in the last photo before she passed away on Thursday
Now, their plans have apparently been put on hold as they mourn until and after the Queen’s kingdom funeral.
The funeral is expected to take place on 19 September at Westminster Abbey in London, but an official date has not yet been announced.
It’s unclear whether Markle has already booked another date to appear on The Tonight Show.
‘I don’t even know what she was going to talk about’ [with Fallon]But it has apparently been canceled now,’ a source told Page Six.
A spokesperson for the NBC program did not immediately respond to a request for comment from DailyMail.com.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are seen in the middle of a European tour following the death of the Queen in Düsseldorf, Germany on Tuesday.
Prince Harry returned to Windsor on Friday morning after the death of Queen Elizabeth II
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were together at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor when the Queen’s ill health became apparent, but Prince Harry traveled alone to Scotland, where she was staying at Balmoral.
Prince Harry arrived after the public announcement of the Queen’s death and returned to Windsor on Friday morning.
It is unclear whether Markle plans to stay in the UK for the next 10 days until the funeral, or fly back to California to care for her young children before returning for the funeral.
Apparently, all members of the royal family have suspended and changed any plans for public appearances as the UK enters a highly choreographed, week-long morning period.
In his first public address as the country’s new monarch, King Charles III ordered that a period of ‘royal mourning’ be observed for the Queen until seven days after the Queen’s funeral.
King Charles III ordered that a period of ‘royal mourning’ be observed for the Queen until seven days after the Queen’s funeral
Royal mourning will be celebrated by members of the Royal Family, staff of the Royal Household and representatives of the Royal Family on official duties with soldiers committed to ceremonial duties.
On Friday, the royal salute was held at Hyde Park by the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery with a round of 1 p.m. for each year of the Queen’s life.
The Queen’s coffin will soon be moved to the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, Scotland.
It will then be solemnly processed at St Giles Cathedral to rest for 24 hours with no public viewing.
The coffin will be taken to London and kept in state at Westminster Hall for four days, before a state funeral, possibly on 19 September.