It’s only a matter of hours! As the Jubilee begins this Thursday, June 2, with the traditional Trooping the Color parade, the Prince Harryhis wife Meghan Markle et their two children (Archie and Lilibet, 3 and 1 year old) took off on Tuesday in Los Angeles, according to several sources, including the Daily Mail. After more than a dozen hours of travel, they should no longer be late in London, where they are expected by fans.
The Sussex couple, who had left the royal family with a bang in October 2019officially returns together for the first time in the UK after a short walk a few weeks ago on the way to The Hague, where they were going to attend the Invictus Games. A great return that could well erase the controversy of recent years, especially that of their interview with Oprah Winfreyin which they spared no one.
Waiting to see if the son of the prince Charles will reconcile with his brother, William, and with his father, he can at least introduce them to their youngest daughter, Lilibet, who will be celebrating her 1st birthday this Saturday and that they have never met before. Incidentally, the little girl is also expected to meet the queen for the first time, when her older brother Archie had met her before leaving for the United States.
A great family reunion
The whole little family will be staying at Frogmore Cottage, the beautiful house they lived in before moving across the Atlantic and the little one should not leave, under the care of nannies. A cottage they will share with the princess EugeniePrince Harry ‘s cousin, but also with Prince Harry’ s husband, Jack Brooksbank and with their son, August, born in February 2021.
These, rather close to Harry, have been living there full-time for the past two years but have just announced their next departure to Portugal, where the businessman will now work. However, like the whole family, they are expected to attend the Friday morning Mass, which is also expected BeatriceEugenie’s older sister, her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi or Zara Phillipstheir cousin, accompanied by her husband Mike Tindall.
But none of them, nor Prince Harry, will be on the balcony of Buckingham this Thursday: avoiding the various controversies, Queen Elizabeth has decided that only the active members of the royal family would be present (Prince Charles, Prince Edward, Princess Anne or Prince William and Kate Middleton in particular). Assured by the Crown to have an effective security service, Prince Harry promised to be low-profile in return, so he should not comment on that decision.