Meghan Markle has cancelled her appearance on Jimmy Fallon’s show next week, as well as other engagements she had booked and has put back the date of her next podcast episode
Meghan Markle has put back the date of her next Podcast episode and has cancelled a TV appearance as she prepares for the Queen’s funeral.
The Duchess of Sussex has shelved plants to appear on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and a scheduled visit to the UN General Assembly in Manhattan with Prince Harry.
The release date of the next episode of Meghan’s hugely popular bombshell podcast, Archetypes, has also been delayed after the Queen’s death.
Markle’s planned TV appearance would have come just weeks after her bombshell interview with The Cut, in which she said she was happy to have quit Britain.
And the announcement comes after King Charles III offered an olive branch to the couple during his first address to the nation as the new sovereign on Friday evening.
The tearful king said he wished to “express his love for Harry and Meghan as they continue to build their lives overseas”.
Meghan was booked to appear on NBC’s “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” on Tuesday, September 20.
She was due to be in New York City with Prince Harry to appear before the 77th session of the UN General Assembly on the same day.
But their plans have been put on hold as they mourn leading up to and following the Queen’s state funeral, expected to be scheduled for September 19, though no official date has yet been announced
A source told Page Six : “Meghan was due on Fallon. I don’t even know what she was going to talk about, but that’s obviously canceled now.”
Following the Queen’s death, the Royal Family entered into a 10-day mourning period, during which all plans been put on hold or cancelled.
Meghan’s podcast was launched on August 23 and has been released every Tuesday since then, with the last one released on September 6.
However, the Duchess is planning to postpone the release of the next episode, Page Six reported.
The couple had arrived back in London from their European tour and were together in Frogmore Cottage in Windsor when news of the Queen’s ailing health broke.
Prince Harry rushed to Scotland to his beloved grandmother’s bedside at Balmoral estate, but heartbreakingly arrived after the Queen’s death had been publicly announced.