Since they announced their choice to settle on the other side of the Atlantic, Meghan Markle and Harry have only very rarely found British soil. This follows the arrival of Covid-19 around the world, and the quarantine in several countries which limits travel. However, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could soon make their comeback. Indeed, if the health situation calms down – and that this allows new gatherings and events – they should go to London on June 12 to celebrate the 95th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II, as reported by The Times.
This last celebration since the beginning of his reign this event twice: the first time in April (the day of his birth on April 21) and a second time in June during the famous Trooping the Color parade. It had to be canceled last year because of the pandemic, and she hopes that the event can be held in six months because she wants to “resume service”, assures a source. During this one, the members of the family could meet on the mythical balcony of Buckingham: it will be the first time that they gather from the Megxit.
Meghan Markle and the royal family still in touch
Despite their move to Los Angeles, Archie’s parents, who have been growing closer ever since, are keen to keep ties with their family members. According to information from Entertainment Tonight, they remained in contact with them despite the distance. Indeed, it is thanks to the Zoom application, which allows several calls by videoconference, that the family gets together to take news. Tensions are now a thing of the past, because “everyone is in better conditions and has been for some time”. Indeed, relations have improved: “Covid-19 has brought everyone closer together”.
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