Harry and Meghan plan to bring their children back to Britain next month to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign.
“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are delighted and honored to join their children for the Queen’s platinum ceremony in June,” a spokesperson for Harry and Meghan told ABC News on 6/5.
This will be the first time Harry and Meghan’s family have returned to the UK since the two announced their departure from the royal family and moved to California, USA, to live in 2020.
Harry and Meghan have two children, including baby Archie, 3 years old, born in the UK, and baby Lilibet, born in June 2021 in the US. Baby Lilibet is Queen Elizabeth II’s first great-grandchild who was not born in England.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex last month returned to visit the Queen of England as they were en route to the Netherlands for the Invictus Games sporting event. Sheet Sun of Britain added that Harry and Meghan also came to meet their father, Prince Charles during this visit.
The last time Harry returned to Britain alone was in July last year, when he and his brother William celebrated the unveiling of the statue of Princess Diana at Kensington Palace on her 60th birthday.
Queen Elizabeth II’s 70th anniversary platinum event will be celebrated over several days next month, with activities such as a concert and the Royal Army’s Trooping the Color parade.
As they are no longer members of the royal family, Harry and Meghan will not appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to wave to everyone during the parade.
After withdrawing from the British royal family and stopping official duties, Harry and Meghan moved to the US to live. The two have signed with many American producers to write books, make documentaries, and several shows.
After an interview with the US “media queen” Oprah Winfrey in March 2021, Harry – Meghan’s relationship with the British royal family became strained when he and his wife revealed many “secret history”. However, many details of Harry and Meghan’s story were later found to be untrue.
Ngoc Anh (Theo ABC News)