Prince Philip will celebrate his 100th birthday in June and it seems that there is going to be a big celebration.
If coronavirus restrictions allow, the Duke of Edinburgh could spend the day with his family and friends.
Philip might miss seeing his great-grandson Archie, however, as Tot is likely to stay in America with mother Meghan Markle.
How will Prince Philip celebrate his 100th birthday?
Prince Philip Revealed writer and editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine Ingrid Seward explained how Philip is likely to celebrate the milestone.
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She told Entertainment Daily exclusively !: “For now, all we know is that there will be a thanksgiving service at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor for family, friends, charities and military organizations of which he is the patron.
“I suspect there might be lunch at Frogmore House with some of his European relatives, immediate family, and some select friends who are still around.
Will Meghan and Archie visit the UK?
“Prince Harry will surely be there when he can get out of California.
“But watch [recent] News It looks like he’s without Meghan.
“I’m sure she won’t let Archie go without her, so assume he’ll stay in California with her.”
However, Ingrid said “that could all change” adding, “100 is a great age and anything can happen so hard to predict.”
It comes after Philip reportedly doesn’t want a fuss on his birthday.
Philip has reportedly shown himself to be a “reluctant celebrant” before his 100th birthday.
An insider said The telegraph: “Let’s just say we have a reluctant celebrant. You can’t do something if someone doesn’t want something to be done.
“The only person you can guarantee won’t want anything to do with it is the Duke.”
Recent reports suggest that Meghan could stay in the US while husband Prince Harry visits the UK.
The Duchess of Sussex is unlikely to accompany her husband to numerous events across the country this summer.
The couple reportedly planned to return for the Queen’s 95th birthday in April, her official birthday in June, as well as Philip’s celebrations.
They should also be in the UK when a statue honoring Harry’s late mother Princess Diana is unveiled in July.
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However, a source said Mail online: “This is a personal and practical choice for the couple. This would surely help officers navigate what is likely to be a rather difficult situation. “
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