He also claimed that “there was a two-hour gap” when Harry could have been informed about the Queen’s death.
According to the royal expert, it had been suggested King Charles struggled to get ahold of his son “because he did not have a cellphone”.
Mr Dampier said: “We got more details on the time of her death – 3:10pm – and we know the Royal Family were rushing up to get there.
“We know that only King Charles, Camilla, and Princess Anne were there when she died.”
King Charles reportedly struggled to inform his son Prince Harry about the Queen’s failing health
Many of the royals arriving after the Queen’s death would have known the tragic news
He continued: “Prince William, Prince Andrew, the Wessexes took a flight up there but arrived too late.
“Harry also took a flight there but didn’t arrive until 8pm in the evening.
“There was some suggestion that he wanted Meghan on the plane with him, but he was told Meghan couldn’t accompany him.”
Mr Ferrari commented on whether many of the royals arriving after the Queen’s death would have known the tragic news.
Charles struggled to get ahold of his son ‘because he did not have a cellphone’
Mr Dampier said: “Princess Anne has already that she was with her when she died, and of course she accompanied her back to London.
“There are reports today that there was a two-hour gap when Prince Harry could have been informed.
“But in fact, King Charles did not have a mobile phone so, it was difficult for him to phone him.”
Remarking on the death certificate’s release, the emotional royal commentator said: “When you see her occupation described as Her Majesty the Queen and her status as widowed, it really hits you between the eyes.”
Princess Anne registered her mother’s death.
The certificate also shows that the Queen died just over three hours before the news was announced to the world by Buckingham Palace in a statement at 6:30pm.
This comes as hundreds of people have been queuing outside Windsor Castle to see the final resting place of the late monarch.
She was buried with her husband, Prince Philip, and alongside the remains of her mother, father and sister in St George’s Chapel following her funeral.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK