Why Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Kids Archie and Lilibet Aren't at the Queen's State Funeral

Meghan Markle and Sovereign Harry joined the regal family for the Sovereign's state memorial service today, putting on a unified .

Be that as it may, regardless of the couple's closeness for the Sovereign, Meghan and Harry decided not to have their two youngsters Archie and Lilibet fly over from Montecito.

The explanation is basic: at ages 3 and 1 individually, Archie and Lili are excessively youthful for imperial occasions,

there is no authority rule keeping Archie and Lili from going to the memorial service of a sovereign, it really depends on the guardians.

While Archie and Lili's older cousins Prince George, 9, and Princess Charlotte, 7, attended the funeral, but it's worth noting their younger brother Prince Louis didn't come. 

At age 4, Louis isn't quite old enough for this kind of royal event. 

His absence is not surprising, as he did not attend the funeral for Prince Philip either last year while George and Charlotte did.

While Lili, who was named after the Queen, and Archie have yet to attend a public royal event .