Will the British royal family be reunited for Queen Elizabeth II’s Jubilee? While the preparations for the festivities, organized on June 2, are going well, the couple formed by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle poses serious problems for the Crown. Indeed, Prince William’s brother is determined to be present at this event with a team from the Netflix platform, supposed to follow him and make images of the Jubilee. What deeply annoy Buckingham Palace. But now an unexpected support has just entered this family war: Prince Charles.
Indeed, according to information from the tabloid The Sun, the son of Queen Elizabeth II would try to arrange things between his son and his mother: “The Prince of Wales told Harry, in a very encouraging way, that he thought they should be there to honor the queen.” A rather surprising turnaround when you know all the disagreements that exist between the two men. But perhaps the intervention of Prince Charles will smooth things over between the royal family and Prince Harry.
Queen’s Jubilee: Prince Harry’s whole family present?
The latter had also announced on May 6 that he would indeed be present at the Queen’s Jubilee, with his wife, Meghan Markle. “Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are delighted and honored to attend the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June with their children,” reads an article from American media outlet Hello!. Archie and Lilibet should therefore be there, a first for Lilibet who has never been to Great Britain. The opportunity to finally meet his great-grandmother, who has been waiting since June 4, 2021, to finally see the youngest of the clan.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle © Backgrid USA