Prince Harry to meet with Queen Elizabeth today: A spiritual look at the royal family


NOTE: The sermon I preached yesterday, “God’s Peace in Our Pain,” is available on our website today. Focusing on three stories of transformation in Matthew 8, we explore three wrong answers and three right answers to the question, “Where is God when life hurts?” I hope the manuscript is helpful to you today.

Prince Harry will reportedly meet with Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, and Prince William today. Meghan is likely to join them by phone from Canada. The meeting was called by the queen to “thrash out solutions to Prince Harry and Meghan’s decision to step back as senior royals.” 

News continues to break daily on this evolving story. 

It is being reported that royal family members have become increasingly worried about Harry’s mental health since he told a reporter that flashes of photographers triggered PTSD-like flashbacks to his mother’s death. He also said that mental health problems he thought he had beaten had come back to haunt him. Such concerns are said to be motivating Prince Charles as he seeks the best future for his son. 

Meanwhile, Meghan has signed a deal with Disney to benefit a wildlife charity. It involves recording a voiceover in return for a donation to Elephants Without Borders. According to one report, the arrangement “offers a hint of the couple’s future life, using their celebrity status to benefit their chosen causes.” 

Many have been comparing Meghan Markle, an American divorcée, to Wallis Simpson, another American divorcée who married a member of the royal family. The former King Edward VIII abdicated his throne in 1936 to marry her. However, Harry is only sixth in line to the throne. And no one is discussing the kind of permanent exile into which Edward and Wallis were banished. 

Ruling the UK for sixty-eight years 

Celebrity comes and goes, but royalty endures. On February 6, Queen Elizabeth will have ruled the United Kingdom for sixty-eight years. Her…

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