Will the Sussexes be back in Europe soon? Thought to be at odds with members of the Crown, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle paid a surprise visit to Elizabeth II and Prince Charles before flying to the Netherlands, where they attended at the Invictus Games. If they hadn’t set foot together in England for two years and their startling departure, the Sussexes could do it again very soon. Indeed, the Duke and Duchess should, against all odds, participate in the festivities planned for the Platinum Jubilee of Elizabeth II, next June. Although touched and annoyed by their departure from the royal family, Her Majesty reached out to them and invited them to come and admire the traditional parade of the Royal Air Force… on the balcony where the members of the Crown gather each year. .
According to The Sun, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle should agree to participate in this very symbolic event. And they would not be alone! The Sussexes could indeed bring their children, Archie and Lilibet. But for those who are preparing the anniversary of the reign of Elizabeth II, this news is a real headache… Where to place the couple, now far from the British royal family? As non-binding members of the institution, the Sussexes are expected to stand at the edge of the balcony while the Queen is expected to appear with Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles on one side and Prince William and Kate Middleton on the other. On the other hand, Her Majesty imposed a strict rule on the Sussexes: not to come accompanied by Netflix cameras, which follow them on all their trips for the needs of a documentary.
The “Harry and Meghan show” worries the entourage of Elizabeth II
“The Sussexes are expected to be on the balcony, most likely with their children,” a source told The Sun. planners.” At the Palace, there are concerns that the ‘Harry and Meghan show’ could ‘hijack or overshadow’ Her Majesty’s Jubilee. Note that the Sussexes will not be able to attend official events, such as the Trooping the Color parade, because they have left royal life. As for Elizabeth II, her presence is not yet assured. Exhausted having contracted the coronavirus, Her Majesty is physically weakened. If she did everything to attend the tribute paid to her late husband at the end of March, she should miss most of the festivities set up to celebrate her 70 years of reign. On the other hand, she should appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace … in the company of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle?
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