A year after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their separation from royalty, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could return to England to visit Queen Elizabeth II.
In March 2020, Meghan and Harry officially left their duties as royal members and this would be the first time since then that they would meet the queen.
According to the ‘Sunday Times’, If COVID-19 restrictions allow, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will return to the UK for the Queen’s 95th birthday in June, as well as the Trooping the Color parade, which takes place that same month.
Although the couple is scheduled to travel, the royal family is prepared to reduce the size of the event to accommodate the sanitary measures of the pandemic.
The queen respected Prince Harry’s decision to resign and apparently urged other members of the royal family not to obstruct Harry and Meghan’s aspirations for a new life.
Although the last time Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were seen in public with Prince William and Kate Middleton at the Westminster Abbey Commonwealth Service in March 2020, royal reporter Katie Nicholl recently told ‘Entertainment Tonight’ that the brothers have virtually reconnected during the holidays.
“There were phone calls and video calls over the Christmas and New Years holidays, and the Sussexes sent gifts to the Cambridges and vice versa.“said Nicholl.”It was an opportunity in a very busy and chaotic year for both families to come together and connect, albeit virtually.“he explained.