Why a royal reunion with Prince Harry and Meghan might not happen


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may not have a royal reunion anytime soon – a source close to the couple calling it “a bit presumptuous” to assume they will be heading home for Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are rumored to be returning from California after learning they had been invited to attend the Trooping of the Color, the Queen’s annual parade, on June 12 in London.

The Queen – who will turn 95 – has been said to want as many royals as possible at the event, which is the UK’s first national celebration since the start of the pandemic.

However, a source close to the couple was quick to steer them away from previous reports that they had “set their sights” on a comeback and witnessed “many family events,” the Telegraph said.

“It’s a bit presumptuous for any of us to speculate on the possibility of traveling anywhere this summer,” the insider told the British newspaper.

The rumor of the reunion has already been rumored more than a year after the Duke and Duchess last met with the other members of the royal family. The couple’s last public appearance in the UK before ‘Megxit’ was in March of last year.

Britain is currently under a strict lockdown – even prohibiting different households from socializing – and a final decision on the Trooping of the Colors will be made in the spring, the Telegraph said.

Markle was also due to travel to the UK for his pending case against the Mail on Sunday newspaper for printing his letter to his father as he refused to come to his royal wedding.

That trip was also delayed, however, with the trial adjourned until the fall, according to the report.


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