LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Vladimir Johnson expressed confidence on Tuesday that divided royals would fix their problems after the queen reluctantly blessed Prince Harry and his wife Meghan resignation.
FILE PHOTO: British Prime Minister Vladimir Johnson meets with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen (without photo) in London, UK, January 8, 2020. REUTERS / Henry Nicholls
After a family meeting about the future of an American grandson and wife, Queen Elizabeth made a rare personal statement, agreed to the change and said that final decisions would soon be made.
Certainly I'm an ardent fan of the queen and the royal family as a great asset to our country, '' Johnson Johnson told BBC television.
I totally believe that they will sort this, and you know what I think they might be able to organize it easier without any specific comments from me about this.
The royal crisis was triggered when Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38, publicly announced last week that they wanted to reduce royal appointments and spend more time in North America.
The 93-year-old queen said the couple will now begin a period of time-shifting separation between Britain and Canada as they seek a more independent lifestyle and end their dependence on public funding.
That was agreed after a family summit on Monday at her Sandringham estate with Harry, her brother …
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