The month of January 2020 marked an important milestone in the life of Meghan Markle and, above all, of Prince Harry, who only knew the Windsor-Mountbatten clan. But after having slammed the door of the Firm to go into exile in the United States – and more precisely in California – the lovebirds could turn back and return to England in 2021 … on the occasion of important events. According to Omid Scobie, co-author of the explosive biography Finding Freedom, the Crown rebels have “many reasons to be based in the United Kingdom” during the spring of 2021.
“In March, we have the Invictus Games, which have been postponed, in The Hague”, thus began the journalist in the podcast Heirpod, quoted by the British tabloid The Daily Mail this Saturday, August 29. “In June we have Trooping the Color, which I imagine Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would still like to attend, and on July 1 we have the unveiling of the [Princess Diana] statue.” Thus, Omid Scobie would “not be surprised” to see the Duke and Duchess of Sussex “spend an extended period in the United Kingdom next year”, but as he specifies, this will mainly depend on the coronavirus pandemic which has immobilized the tourism and travel sector for several weeks. In the meantime, these statements come as Prince Harry presented his new project from his new California villa: a Netflix documentary devoted to the Paralympic games called Rising Phoenix.
Determined to continue their work
Mobilized for noble causes, like the fight against racism or against global warming, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry therefore intend to continue their commitments at all costs, as they had promised. “[They] love to be out there and help out,” Omid Scobie told Royal Central. “Harry and Meghan have been clear on this point: their work in the UK, including their royal sponsorships, will continue.”
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