Meghan Markle pays tribute to The Queen with one poignant act

She's paying her respects.
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In the wake of Her Majesty, The Queen’s death, it seems that Meghan, Duchess of Sussex is halting episodes of her Archetypes podcast as a sign of respect for the monarch.

It’s uncertain when the podcast will return, as reported by PEOPLE.

So far, the duchess has dropped three episodes, in which she discusses certain archetypes surrounding women with special guests.

First there was the topic of ‘Ambition’ with tennis champion and Meghan’s lifelong friend Serena Williams, then there was the word ‘Diva’ with pop sensation Mariah Carey, and then ‘Single’ with comedian Mindy Kaling.

It seems Meghan’s podcast Archetypes is being put on hold in the wake of The Queen’s death.

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Despite Meghan and Harry continuing to build their own life in the U.S., the royal couple recently returned to the U.K. to pay their respects to The Queen.

On Sunday (Australian time) the Sussexes joined Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cornwall for a walkabout at Windsor Castle where the reunited fab four met with mourners and looked at the flowers and tributes lining the gates.

Kensington Palace explained that Prince William invited the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to join him and Kate.

Harry and Meghan are both expected to attend The Queen’s funeral.

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In the first public appearance for both couples since the queen’s death, Harry and Meghan received a warm reception from the public. The couple had been the subject of a number of rumours since the Queen’s passing.

Harry’s decision to join his family in Balmoral alone, saw many believe Meghan was not welcome – and that the family feud was at an all-time high.

Whilst Meghan initially planned to join Harry on his trip to Scotland, it has been reported that King Charles had a phone call with his son advising him to not bring his wife to Balmoral.

Charles III paid tribute to The Queen in his first speech as King.

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In his first speech as sovereign, King Charles paid tribute to Harry and Meghan despite the familial tensions.

Addressing the Commonwealth, the monarch reflected on his mother’s 70-year-reign, while granting new titles to his son and heir apparent Prince William, as well as his daughter-in-law Catherine.

He then offered an olive branch of sorts to his second son and daughter-in-law, saying: “I want also to express my love for Harry and Meghan as they continue to build their lives overseas.”

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