Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have not confirmed their attendance at Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee in June.
In fact, the royal family has not also shared their final plans for the important occasion. Still, royal experts and royal fans have been speculating on what the royals would do and whether or not Prince Harry and Markle will be there.
Earlier this month, Prince Harry expressed concerns over his family’s lack of security in the United Kingdom. This has therefore been seen as one of the reasons why Prince Harry and Markle have not taken their children to the United Kingdom since they relocated to the United States.
Meghan Markle Announced That She’ll Attend The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee
Woman’s Day, in its Feb. 7 issue, claimed that royal fans would soon see Prince Harry and Markle back home. After all, the Duchess of Sussex allegedly wrote a cruel letter to the queen after learning that she traveled to Sandringham to get some rest.
“The chatter among the queen’s staff is that Meghan has sent her a letter, essentially telling her she plans to bring the family home for her jubilee. But if Meghan thought the queen would be pleased, she should think again. The queen would appreciate an apology of at least acknowledgment that her and Harry’s recent behavior in the media has been heartless at best, and cruel at worst, before she even considers allowing them up on the balcony next to her for the Platinum Jubilee,” an unnamed source said.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Prince Andrew Could Skip The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee
However, Prince Harry and Markle have not confirmed their attendance at the queen’s Platinum Jubilee. There are also whispers claiming that they will watch the event unfold from their home in Los Angeles.
Prince Andrew is not also expected to attend the queen’s Platinum Jubilee after his HRH and royal titles were stripped. He could now head to a jury trial in the United States as a private citizen and not as a member of the royal family.
Queen Elizabeth’s Ascension Day Has Always Been Bittersweet
Even though the queen’s Platinum Jubilee is scheduled for June, the start of the celebrations will commence on Feb. 6, which also happens to be the monarch’s Ascension Day.
According to Express, Feb. 6 has always been bittersweet for the queen. After all, the queen’s father, King George VI died on the same day while the queen and Prince Philip were on a royal tour in Kenya.
The queen was unable to bid her dad goodbye and when she returned home, she only saw King George VI’s lifeless body. After all, the queen stayed true to her promise that The Crown will always come first.
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