King Charles III gave an order to his sons, William and Harry, after the death of their mother, Queen Elizabeth II.

The monarch's body arrives in Scotland's capital on Sunday for the first part of the farewell ritual

King Charles III was the one who forced his sons, Princes William and Harry, to meet and talk

popularly, alongside their respective wives, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle, on Saturday (10) in front of 

Windsor Castle, stage of one of the tributes to Queen Elizabeth II. The monarch died at the age of 96 on the 8th and

her body is being taken to Edinburgh, capital of Scotland, with the coffin accompanied by something curious.

According to the British media, King Charles III talked for 45 minutes with each of

his sons, and for the same amount of time, the monarch, William and Harry had a 

conversation. This caused a delay of equal 45 minutes for the first public appearance of the king's sons.

If on the one hand Charles III forced the princes to appear together in public, on the other it would have prevented

Meghan Markle from seeing the living queen for the last time. It should be remembered that in 2020 the actress and Harry resigned from their duties with the Court.