Prince Harry and Meghan Markle only had a ’15 minute formal meeting’ with the Queen

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spent just 15 minutes with the Queen after returning to the UK for her Platinum Jubilee, an insider has claimed.

During the reunion, the Duke, 37, and Duchess of Sussex, 40, who are now based in Montecito, Calif., introduced their one-year-old daughter, Lilibet, who goes by the name of the Queen.

The couple, who were also with their three-year-old son Archie, saw the monarch in Windsor on Thursday June 2, but their time with Her Majesty was kept ‘formal’ by aides at Buckingham Palace, according to The Sun.

Meanwhile, Harry and his brother Prince William had no private moments together during the four days of celebrations, the Sunday Times reported – explaining their ‘broken relationship’ has not been healed.

‘[William] is still deeply upset by [Harry’s departure] and feels disappointed, but has moved on,” a friend said.

It comes as a British player who knows members of Harry’s Los Padres team revealed the Duke was ‘living his dream in the United States’, playing polo at professional levels while his brother sacrificed the sport to assignment name.

Harry was spotted striking a pose this weekend as he enjoyed a game of polo in the California sunshine, nearly a week after returning from the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in London.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (pictured at the four-day celebrations) spent just 15 minutes with the Queen after she returned to the UK for her Platinum Jubilee, an insider has claimed

Harry was spotted striking a pose this weekend as he enjoyed a game of polo in the California sunshine, nearly a week after returning from the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations in London.

Harry was spotted striking a pose this weekend as he enjoyed a game of polo in the California sunshine, nearly a week after returning from the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in London.

He donned a green top, white pants and black riding boots and knee pads as he basked in the typical LA heat, before he was seen mounting his brown horse and putting on his helmet and goggles. protection for another round of play.

He donned a green top, white pants and black riding boots and knee pads as he basked in the typical LA heat, before he was seen mounting his brown horse and putting on his helmet and goggles. protection for another round of play.

Discussing the couple’s meeting with the Queen, a source reportedly told The Sun: ‘It was a quick job in and out. It was quite formal.

Buckingham Palace reportedly declined to comment when contacted by the publication.

Friday, Harry played for friend Nacho Figueras’ Los Padres team at the Cancha de Estrella Polo Club in Santa Barbara, which was the first time he had been seen since returning to Los Angeles on June 5.

After breaking a sweat, the red-faced royal was pictured taking a break as he placed his hands behind his head and thrust into his right hip.

He donned a green top, white pants and black riding boots and knee pads as he basked in the typical LA heat, before he was seen mounting his brown horse and putting on his helmet and goggles. protection for another round of play.

Meghan was not present for Friday’s game, which Harry’s side lost 12-8 to Dundee II.

It comes on the heels of reports that Prince Harry is living his dream in the US, playing polo at professional levels while his brother William has sacrificed the sport in the name of duty (above, Harry playing polo at Santa Barbara, California, in May)

It comes on the heels of reports that Prince Harry is living his dream in the US, playing polo at professional levels while his brother William has sacrificed the sport in the name of duty (above, Harry playing polo at Santa Barbara, California, in May)

British player Millie Hine, 19, knows members of Prince Harry's Los Padres team and said he trains four times a week and goes to the gym most days to keep up with star player Nacho Figueras , the

British player Millie Hine, 19, knows members of Prince Harry’s Los Padres team and said he trains four times a week and goes to the gym most days to keep up with star player Nacho Figueras , the “David Beckham” of polo, as well as two 17-year-olds on the same team. (Harry with Nacho in May)

British player Millie Hine, who recently won the Chestertons Polo in the Park tournament, told Emily Prescott of the Mail On Sunday that Prince Harry is living his dream in the United States playing polo at professional levels.

Millie, 19, knows members of Prince Harry’s Los Padres team and said he trains four times a week and goes to the gym most days to keep up with star player Nacho Figueras, the “David Beckham” from polo, as well as two 17-year-olds on the same team.

By contrast, her busy brother Prince William, 39, can only occasionally manage a charity day.

It comes after royal experts claimed this week that Harry ‘must have gone home feeling very depressed for what he gave up’, after he and his wife Meghan decided not to be more visible during Jubilee celebrations because “they didn’t have center stage”. seats’.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex missed both the Platinum Jubilee party and the beauty pageant – as well as the Epsom Derby during the four days of festivities.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex did not appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during Trooping the Colour, and were also apparently relegated to second row during the Thanksgiving service (pictured)

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex did not appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during Trooping the Colour, and were also apparently relegated to second row during the Thanksgiving service (pictured)

The couple only made one public appearance over Jubilee weekend, despite traveling from the US with their two children – Archie and Lilibet.

They did not appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during Trooping the Color and were also seemingly relegated to second row during the Thanksgiving service.

Vanity Fair’s Katie Nicholl told True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat that the couple weren’t at any other celebrations because “they didn’t have center stage seats.”

Meanwhile, historian Hugo Vickers added: “Harry gave up being captain of the Royal Marines, who were in force.”

“I think he must have gone home feeling very depressed for what he gave up.”

Katie said: “I honestly think it’s [because]…they knew they wouldn’t be number one.

“And why did they leave the royal family? They left because they weren’t in the front row. I believe that’s why they weren’t at the other celebrations because they didn’t have center stage seats.

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