It's telling in the sense that these two are still her family.
Harry and Meghan have also been laying the groundwork behind the scenes for a not-for-profit global organisation based in North America, but full details and the launch date have yet to be revealed.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are sharing an important message with their followers.
With the COVID-19 national address marking the fourth time the Queen has partaken in this affair, the source told Daily Mail that "It's a real shame that [Meghan and Harry] aren't here" as they are deeply missed amid this global emergency.
The Queen and Prince Philip are the most high-risk members of the family due to their age. Before this, "Windsor" was the surname used by all male and unmarried female descendants of King George V.
While the majority of styled members of the Royal Family traditionally use their titles as surnames, male-line heirs of the monarch have been granted the right to use Mountbatten-Windsor when required.
"The effect of the declaration was that all The Queen's children, on occasions when they needed a surname, would have the surname Mountbatten-Windsor".
The name is the one Harry and Meghan chose to bestow their son Archie Harrison, which was also reportedly a touching nod to his great grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh.
Hence, the 38-year-old mum could decide to match her husband and son to become known as Meghan Mountbatten-Windsor.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are a week away from quitting as senior royals, when they will stop using their HRH styles and no longer be able to have Sussex Royal as their brand. While 108,000 people have recovered, the disease has claimed the lives of 17,100. Meanwhile, Buckingham Palace released a statement that "Her Majesty The Queen remains in good health".
Ever since Meghan and Harry began pursuing new lives as part of their royal exit (which officially begins on March 31), they've been ready to create their own lives, with a potential Los Angeles home base situation in the works.