“BBC footage shows a candle blocking the view of the Meghan Markle,” another user remarked. “If this is not poetic justice… I don’t know what it is.”
I don’t want to be a conspiracy theorist but that candle is totally blocking the view of Meghan pic.twitter.com/bZ5I5jKvyk— General Boles (@GeneralBoles) September 19, 2022
“On the sad occasion of Her Majesty’s funeral, I am comforted in the knowledge Meghan’s head is obscured by a candle,” another wrote.
BBC footage shows a candle blocking the view of the Meghan Markle. If this is not poetic justice… I don’t know what it is. 😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/I3KMeOMCMc— 🕯️Mrs. Pinocchio Markle of Overseas🕯️ (@dchesspinocchio) September 19, 2022
And yes, there was even a parody version of “Candle in the Wind” created for the occasion, because of course there was: allegations of bullying herself. Both Harry and Meghan stopped being working royals and decamped to America, where they busied themselves with Oprah Winfrey tell-alls and Netflix development deals. And in case anyone was willing to forgive and forget following the queen’s death Sept. 8 at age 96, Harry and Meghan caused a furor (or furore, as the Brits would say) by reportedly demanding His/Her Royal Highness titles for their children from the new monarch, King Charles III. [firefly_poll] Neither child was entitled to the title, not being in line for the throne and working royalty. Neither child got it, either. I doubt Buckingham Palace was so brilliantly devious as to block off Meghan with a candle during the queen’s funeral. However, one social media user had a decent point about the shot: If either the candle or Duchess of Sussex had to go, the choice would be easy. The Western Journal.
On the sad occasion of Her Majesty’s funeral, I am comforted in the knowledge Meghan’s head is obscured by a candle. pic.twitter.com/aVb65oTHla— Builder Bird (@builderbird) September 19, 2022