Harry and Meghan’s Archewell website is getting a heartbreaking update

Prince Harry mourns the loss of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, who died “peacefully” at her home in Scotland on September 8. The tragic news was announced by the Palace at 6:30pm London time, just hours after the Palace released a statement saying the Queen’s health was of concern. Shortly after the Queen’s death, the Royal Family’s website was updated to honor her incredible life. The family crest is at the top of the page along with the date of birth, date of death and her photograph of the Queen. “The Royal Family’s official website is temporarily unavailable while appropriate changes are made,” read a statement below.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle also made a change to the Archewell website after the Queen’s death. The landing page has been completely redacted and reads “In Loving Memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 1926-2022”. No navigation is available on the page modified to honor Harry’s grandmother. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex did something similar when Harry’s grandfather, Prince Philip, died in 2021. “Thank you for your service… You are greatly missed,” the website said in a message at the time.

According to Reuters, Harry arrived in Balmoral shortly after the Queen’s death was confirmed. Harry was not accompanied by Markle and is said to be spending time with the rest of his family.

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