Meghan Markle would have put all tensions with the Royal Family aside to show solidarity at Prince Philip's funeral were it not for the fact she was pregnant and cannot fly, an insider has claimed.
The Duke of Sussex flew back from the United States alone ahead of Prince Philip’s funeral on Saturday April 17.
His wife, Meghan Markle, who is heavily pregnant, was advised by her doctor not to travel for health and safety reasons.
Philip's funeral marks the first time Prince Harry will have seen his family since the couple’s bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview, which caused tensions to rise within the Royal Family.
A source close to Meghan reportedly told E! News that she would have attended the funeral if she were not heavily pregnant, regardless of any tension.
"She would have put all the family tension aside to be there with Harry," they said.
The source reportedly told E!: "Meghan wishes she could have flown to the UK to support her husband but has been advised not to due to her pregnancy.
"She would have put all the family tension aside to be there with Harry.
"Harry wants to make sure Meghan and the baby are healthy and not involved in stressful situations."
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They added that the Sussexes are "still not on amazing terms with the family" but Harry's return will allow him to work on his relationship with Prince William.
It is reported the pair opened a channel of communication earlier on in April, working together to confirm their mother's memorial statue, which will be unveiled on Princess Diana's 60th birthday, July 1.
Prince Harry 'desperate' to rush home and see Meghan 'as soon as Philip's funeral ends'
Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry will not meet to discuss their differences before Prince Philip's funeral on Saturday, it has been claimed.
The trio will instead come face to face alongside to other people who will be in attendance at the Duke's ceremonial funeral.
After the funeral, the Duke will be privately interred in the Royal Vault of St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.
Prince Philip died at Windsor Castle "peacefully" alongside his wife, Elizabeth II, aged 99, on April 9.
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