Royal editor, Russell Myers, shared information on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex during a recent interview. The editor discussed the possibility of Prince Harry and his family's return to the UK.
During an interview, Russell Myers revealed that Prince Harry would return to the UK in a few months. He noted that Prince Harry left the UK shortly after Princess Diana's statue unveiling because he had a baby to get back to.
Myers opened up about rumors circulating the appearance of the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle and her kids in the UK with Prince Harry for another memorial event.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry visited a local farming family, the Woodleys, on October 17, 2018 in Dubbo, Australia | Photo: Getty Images
THE ANTICIPATED RETURN
A more significant memorial ceremony in honor of the People's Princess may be set for September 2021 at the Kensington Palace. Other royal members will gather to pay tribute to the honorable princess.
Myers noted that the presence of Markle and the kids would be "fantastic" for the family as they would get to meet Archie and Lilibet. He also pointed out that the Queen would be overjoyed.
As the host insinuated that the presence of Archie and little Lilibet might stop the rift between the royal members in dispute, Myers also talked about a documentary titled "Harry and Willaim what went wrong," noting that their conflict started a long time.
The Queen has reportedly invited the Sussexes to join in celebrating her majesty's 70 years of service.
It's no secret that Harry and William have had several backs and forth between them for a while now. An insider noted that the distance between the Sussexes and Cambridges remained even after the July 1 unveiling event.
Although the brothers' recent meeting was a step forward, the statue unveiling may not have been the right time or place for a meeting. The brothers' short meeting was a success thanks to formal private secretary Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton.
ROYAL EXPERTS PREDICTIONS AND COMMENTS
According to Daniela Elser, the Sussexes' likely appearance in the UK in September 2021 might be greeted with a cold shoulder after the series of claims Markle made against the Cambridges during her interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Elser noted that with Markle's claims, the best anyone could expect is a polite interaction. She stated that the possibility of a private conversation is very low as the woman might not be willing to engage in any conversation just yet.
Royal journalist, Penny Junor, alleged that the Duchess of Sussex's arrival into the royal family upset people from an early stage. Reports have it that Prince William believed Markle had a plan from the beginning.
Junor voiced her disapproval of the Sussexes approach toward their rift with that royal family. She noted that the royal families are not celebrities but members of a public institution.
The journalist stated that the claims made by the couple during the tell-all interview with the legendary Oprah Winfrey should not have been publicized. Junor partly said:
"Harry and Meghan's approach is not just Californian, it's showbiz-y, celebrity. Our royal family are not celebrities. They are working members of a public institution."
THE QUEEN'S INVITE
The Queen has reportedly invited the Sussexes to join in celebrating her majesty's 70 years of service, an event scheduled for June 2022. According to a source, it is not certain that they will join the Queen on the royal balcony at Buckingham Palace.
The source added that there would be a limit to the list of family members allowed for the balcony event. The Sussexes who stepped down as senior members of the royal family in 2020 might not be among the top members on the list.
A POSSIBLE FUTURE RELATIONSHIP
His statement showed that the brothers appeared to be relaxed in each other's presence. He explained that every family has its differences, but to call the dispute between the brothers a rift was an exaggeration.
Pearce also mentioned that the guest list was a good idea. He also noted that Markle's absence was equally good as she would have been a major target for the press.