According to reports, this spring, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (Meghan Markle) will be reunited with the royal family for the first time since they gave up their titles.
According to the “Sunday Times” report, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expected to participate in the Queen’s annual birthday parade in London on June 12.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the military parade will commemorate the Queen’s 95th birthday, which is also the first national celebration in the UK.
Last year, the Queen appeared at the event without her family. Due to the blockade, the scale of the event was reduced and she moved from Buckingham Palace to Windsor Castle.
A royal aide told the media: “The current plan is that the Queen’s birthday parade will be held in London as usual, and the decision may need to be adjusted or reduced according to the guidelines at the time.” “But the wish and final wish are Realize it.”
The last public appearance of Harry and Meghan to members of the royal family was after they finalized their “Megist” agreement and served in the Commonwealth Government at Westminster Abbey on March 9.
Since then, the Sussex couple moved to Montecito, California with their one-year-old son Archie.