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Meghan Markle blocked by candle during live broadcast of Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral at Westminster Abbey English Headline


Meghan Markle appeared to be blocked by a candle during the live broadcast of Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral on Monday.

The mother-of-two wore a black dress, matching her outfit with the same colour heels and a wide brim hat as she arrived at Westminster Abbey in London.

She appeared downcast as she exited a car with Sophie, Countess of Wessex, closely following Princess Kate and two of her children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

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Meghan, 41, made sure to honour Her Majesty by wearing a pair of sparkly diamond earrings she had been gifted years ago when she was still a working member of the royal family.

The former actress and her husband Prince Harry were seated in the second row, behind King Charles III and next to Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, for the funeral service. 

But a candle blocking her face was believed to be “strategically placed” to block her out of the broadcast, according to some eagle-eyed social media users.

“That candle protecting Meghan from prying eyes who wanna judge everything she does,” one person tweeted.

“Have they strategically placed a candle to block Meghan’s face lmao,” another asked.

A third Twitter user said she was “comforted” knowing that Meghan’s head was obscured by a candle.

“On the sad occasion of Her Majesty’s funeral, I am comforted in the knowledge Meghan’s head is obscured by a candle,” they wrote.

“BBC footage shows a candle blocking the view of the Meghan Markle. If this is not poetic justice… I don’t know what is.”

Another said they didn’t want to be a “conspiracy theorist but that candle is totally blocking the view of Meghan”.

The Duchess of Sussex and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, were later seen exiting Westminster Abbey together following the funeral procession.



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