With Christmas just three months away, Meghan Markle and Harry may be attempting a rapprochement with the British crown, traveling with their children to the UK for the holidays, according to our source.
Will the Christmas spirit ease tensions? According to author Katie Nicholl, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry may be heading to the UK this holiday season. A way for the Sussexes to get closer to the British royal clan, estimated the royal expert to Closer UK this Wednesday, September 22. The couple would not travel alone: Archie and Lilibet would also be on the trip. “Christmas is an opportunity that could pave the way for healing the family fracture,” she analyzed, saying that Elizabeth II “certainly wants” this meeting.
Meghan Markle has not returned to the UK since her shock departure for the American West Coast. Prince Harry, meanwhile, has only returned to his native land twice, for the funeral of his grandfather Prince Philip and for the unveiling of a statue in tribute to his mother Diana. Just four months old, little Lilibet has never met the members of the royal clan. Her brother Archie’s last moments with his British family were in the winter of 2020, when his parents briefly packed up in Canada. “Prince Charles would love to see his grandchildren. A meeting suggests they hope to move on and work things out,” Katie Nicholl told Closer UK.
A platinum jubilee under high tension
Prince Harry’s recent media outbursts have further stained relations with the firm. The grandson of Elizabeth II plans to release a series of autobiographical books devoted to his life in the UK, his royal upbringing and his relationship with Meghan Markle. The publication of these volumes is likely to cause a stir, especially since it is scheduled (for the first book) around the platinum jubilee of the sovereign. Elizabeth II will celebrate her 70th birthday in June 2022. This exceptional event could also be the occasion for the Queen to see her grandson with his wife and their two children.