Sixteen months after the Megxit, the British are predicting a potential return of the Sussexes to the UK. Meghan Markle and Harry could indeed potentially attend a major event dedicated to Princess Diana.
Will Meghan Markle and Harry finally make their big return to England? Speculations seem to be growing stronger since some assistants of the royal family are now betting on a party in honor of the late Lady Di that should take place at the end of October as reported by our colleagues of the Sun. According to the words of the editor of Majesty Magazine, Ingrid Seward, always spotted by the Sun, this hypothesis could be more than a simple utopia knowing the fusional relationship between Prince Harry and his mother: “I can not imagine anything less important for him, because he wants to respect his mother,” she said.
Knowing that Prince Harry had returned alone last July for the inauguration of a statue in honor of Princess Diana, a new return this time in the company of his sweetheart and little Lilibet could be possible. Especially since the travel restrictions from the United States to England have been raised. Although this visit has not been confirmed at the moment, many experts on the royal family are leaning towards a positive response: “It is an important gathering of his mother’s friends. He could even get some quotes for his memoirs,” said Ingrid Seward. Indeed, Prince Harry would be currently in the middle of research to write a memoir on the life of his late mother.
Speculations of a great return
The prophecy of a great return of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry is not at its first chapter. At the beginning of October, the British press was already speculating about an appearance at the platinum jubilee of Queen Elizabeth, who will celebrate her 70th year on the throne in June 2022. “In order to keep that incredible royal magic that they seem to have in America, they need to be seen rubbing shoulders with the royal family,” Majesty magazine’s editor-in-chief told CB News on October 5.
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