Meghan Markle Pauses New Podcast Episodes In Light Of Queen Elizabeth’s Death: Report

Members of the royal family celebrate Meghan Markle as she turns 41

Following the death of Sovereign Elizabeth, as suggested by a report from People, Meghan Markle and Spotify have decided to halt production on further episodes of Models.

The digital recording made its premiere in the following month and quickly rose to the top of charts in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. Every Tuesday, new episodes of Prime Examples are released. The Duchess of Sussex has previously discussed issues with Mindy Kaling, Mariah Carey, and Serena Williams.

Extra visitors planned to seem are Constance Wu, Issa Rae, Lisa Ling, Margaret Cho and Ziwe.

Markle is right now by her better half’s side in the U.K. as they grieve the deficiency of his grandma, Sovereign Elizabeth II, who passed on at 96 years old on Thursday.

On Saturday, Markle and Sovereign Harry joined Ruler William and Kate Middleton beyond Windsor Palace, where they saw flower accolades left by well-wishers. William and Kate, who are currently the Ruler and Princess of Grains, were at that point planned to show up.

In the wake of taking a gander at the recognitions, the Fab Four did an unexpected walkabout, where they welcomed grievers.

ET learned William, who prior in the day put out an announcement on Elizabeth’s passing, contacted Harry about an hour prior to the second and inquired as to whether Harry and Meghan might want to go along with him and Kate.

Furthermore, a source lets ET know that the Ruler of Ridges thought it was a significant demonstration of solidarity at an unquestionably troublesome time for the family.

As indicated by reports, the two couples are remaining at Windsor Palace. A source lets ET know that “the Duke and Duchess of Sussex intend to stay in the U.K. for the present.” No word on whether Sovereign Archie and Princess Lilibet will go to the sovereign’s memorial service.



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