MEGHAN and Harry have snubbed the Queen as they head to Holland just days after refusing to come to Philip's memorial service.
But this is not the first time that the couple have shunned the Royal Family and Her Majesty in recent years.
Missing Prince Philip's memorial
Meghan and Harry have been most recently accused of snubbing the Queen when they decided to fly to Holland for the Invictus Games – just days after missing Philip's memorial.
Harry's grandfather Prince Philip passed away on April 9, 2021, but the royal family decide to celebrate his life a year on as Covid restrictions at the time meant numbers were limited.
But despite the invite, Harry and Meghan did not attend the memorial at Westminister Abbey.
But the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will both be in The Hague for the opening ceremony of Harry's games for wounded soldiers on Saturday.
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It will be the first time the couple have been together in Europe since Megxit two years ago.
Reports of the couple's transatlantic plans come as the Duke of Sussex remains embroiled in a legal row with the UK Government over his police protection.
He claimed he didn't feel safe to return without Scotland Yard cops alongside him – meaning he controversially missed Prince Philip's memorial at Westminster Abbey.
Regardless, Harry and Meghan will be flying to the Netherlands for the Games, which take place between April 16 and 22.
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