The royal family allegedly ignored Prince Harry once more because they chose to make the announcement about the queen's passing before he arrived in Balmoral. 

According to Radar Online, the royal family apparently held off on making the official announcement until Prince Andrew and Prince William were present with the queen. 

"Live updates revealed he was still 'en route' to Scotland 20 minutes before the royal family delivered the news of Elizabeth's death, signaling Harry's presence wasn't welcomed, even as they mourn," the publication claimed.

There is no evidence, though, that the decision to issue a statement before of Prince Harry's arrival was deliberate, Epic Stream said. Since Prince Andrew and Prince William came earlier than him, it is possible that his early arrival was really a coincidence. 

Given that Prince William and King Charles III were present when the queen died away, it felt essential for the palace to issue a statement as soon as possible. 

The article also stated that Prince Harry arrived to Balmoral 20 minutes after the passing of his grandmother. If the royal family had chosen to hold out on making the news, then this may have gone on for too long.

Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton did not accompany their spouses to Balmoral. While Markle was in London at the time of the queen's death, Middleton was with her three children. 

Markle once more expressed a number of stunning things about the royal family just a few weeks before Her Majesty passed away. For instance, she said that even after Archie's nursery caught fire, she was still required to attend her royal obligations. 

The Duchess of Sussex also asserted that she was never asked to sign an NDA, allowing her to speak freely about the royal family despite her decision to refrain from doing so. 

In addition, Prince Harry's wife claimed that if someone had instructed her on how to behave, what to say, and what not to say, she would have done as instructed. Unluckily, nobody did.

Prince Harry Visits Nottingham [Representational image] NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 26: Prince Harry waves as he leaves Nottingham's new Central Police Station on October 26, 2016 in Nottingham, England. Joe Giddins - WPA Pool/Getty Images