- The Duke and Duchess of Sussex may meet with the royal family for the Queen’s birthday celebrations in June.
- He said the royal aides Sunday times That the size of the event would be adapted to adhere to the government’s restrictions on social distancing in place at the time.
- Another aide said Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are expected to return to the event because it is a “family event”.
- Harry previously She talked about plans to return to the UK in 2021He would have “already returned had it not been for COVID,” he said.
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Plans have reportedly been in place to celebrate the Queen’s 95th birthday in June, with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry expected to attend.
The show, which typically consists of 1,400 show soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians at Buckingham Palace, will likely be scaled back to comply with any social distancing restrictions that will be in effect in June, when it is due to take place.
Last year’s event has been replaced by A socially distant military party at Windsor Castle. No members of the royal family attended it except for the Queen.
Aides from the royal family told the Sunday Times that Trooping the Color is an official and “family” event, and thus the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expected to attend.
“The current plan is for the Queen’s Birthday Parade in London to continue as usual, with the acceptance that it may need to be modified or reduced depending on the guidelines in place at the time,” a senior aide of the royal family told the newspaper.
If Harry and Markle are able to attend the event on June 12th, that also means they’ll likely be there to celebrate Prince Philip’s 100th birthday On June 10th.
Representatives of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Buckingham Palace declined to comment when contacted by Insider.
Sussex They bought their first home together in Santa Barbara, California again in August. They have not returned to the UK since their resignation from royal duties in March 2020 due to travel restrictions imposed amid the coronavirus pandemic.
England is currently in a state of national lockdownLast week, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the country would remain at home until at least mid-February.
Harry and Markle have not announced formal plans for the royal family’s reunion after restrictions were eased. However, the Duke previously said He hopes to return to the UK in 2021.
Harry said during a video call with the Rugby Football League: “We have the Rugby World Cup next year, so I’m definitely planning to go back. I would’ve already been back had it not been for COVID.” August.
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