Prince Harry: He will arrive with Meghan, Archie and Lili for the jubilee of the throne

The long weekend from June 2 to 5, 2022 in Great Britain will be dedicated to Queen Elizabeth II (96) and her platinum jubilee on the throne. Although the major event is less than a month away and Prince Harry (37) and his family are invited, there has long been uncertainty over whether the Sussexes will also be making the trip from the US . After conflicting reports from Britain, however, the spokesperson for the Sussexes spoke and said: “Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are delighted and honored to be part of the Queen’s Jubilee with their children. “

Ironically, on the Queen’s birthday, he cuts ties with his family again. More on that in the video above.

BBC reported: Prince Harry and Prince Andrew will be absent from the throne jubilee

According to an article in Britain’s ‘Daily Mail’, Harry is expected to stay away from the celebrations for a reason that could have further damaged his already broken relationship with the Royal Family. The site says Omid Scobie, 40, a friend of the Sussexes and author of the TV book Finding Freedom, says Harry has signed up for three US polo tournaments: May 9-15, May 20-29 – and June 3 to 19. If he really wants to attend the last appointment, it will probably be difficult for him to attend the Queen’s Jubilee. As reported on May 6, according to the palace, only working members of the British royal family are expected to appear alongside them for the throne birthday anyway. Prince Harry and Prince Andrew (62) should therefore not be seen on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for “Trooping the Colour”. Whether the Queen herself will attend all the celebrations has not been confirmed. She had recently canceled appearances at her traditional garden parties.

Is Prince Harry too dangerous to go to England?

When Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan (40) stopped by the Queen ahead of their trip to the Invictus Games in the Netherlands, she personally invited them to the anniversary, he said. The surprise visit in early April was first interpreted as a sign that the tides between Harry/Meghan and the Royal Family might have smoothed out again.

But a little later, Harry provokes renewed irritation in Britain in another television interview. A trip to Britain would therefore not be missed due to his close relationship with his grandmother. So he really wanted to “make sure my kids could meet them.”

However, his plan could fail precisely on the subject of security: “I don’t know if I will come. There are many security issues and everything else. The background: Since “Megxit”, Harry and Meghan have had to pay for their own safety and that of their two children.


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