Only Charles and Princess Anne arrived in time to say goodbye to the queen while she was alive.

The Prince Henry, youngest son of the new British King, Charles IIIleft Balmoral Castle (Scotland) early this morning, around 7:20 GMT, where his grandmother, Elizabeth II, died yesterday at the age of 96.

As reported today by the public television channel BBC, The Duke of Sussex has left the Scottish royal residence at the head of a convoy made up of two vehicles.

Enrique had moved yesterday afternoon to the castle without his wife, Meghan, who remained in London, according to the local press, like her sister-in-law, Catalina, wife of Prince William, who also stayed in the capital with her three children, Jorge, Carlota and Luis.

The marriage formed by the Dukes of Sussex -Enrique and Meghan-, who currently reside in the United States together with their two young children, Archie and Lilibet, was this week on a tour of Europe and had planned, in principle, to have moved to London last night to participate in an act that was canceled as a result of the news.

Despite having gone to Balmoral, Prince Harry and other family members had no chance yesterday to say goodbye to his grandmothersince by the time they arrived at the residence, the sovereign would have already died, surrounded by some relatives, such as her eldest son, Carlos, and her daughter Princess Ana, according to local media.

The New British Prime Minister Liz Truss was informed of the death at 3:30 p.m. GMT, two hours before Buckingham Palace issued the official statement corroborating the death.

Today it is expected that Carlos and Camila will also travel to London at some point during the day, where there are numerous acts pending as a tribute to the monarch, including an audience of the new king with Truss and a speech to the nation, scheduled for the afternoon .

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