Prince Harry “will return to the UK without Meghan Markle this year”

Prince Harry will return to the UK this year without Meghan Markle, reports say.

The former actress and her husband moved across the pond last year.

The couple should return this spring for talks with the queen about her royal duties.

However, the coronavirus pandemic has already thrown a wrench in the works.


Meghan Markle plans to stay in the US (Credit: SplashNews)

Prince Harry visits the royal family without Meghan Markle

And now it seems like Meghan decided to give up the UK entirely.

The Duchess of Sussex is unlikely to accompany her husband to numerous events across the country this summer.

According to royal sources, the couple hopes the decision will help avoid media hype.

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“This is a personal and practical choice for the couple. This would certainly help officials navigate what is likely to be a rather difficult situation, “a source said Mail online.

The source went on to say that a number of “other factors” are likely to change the situation.

According to reports, Harry will now be returning to his home country in June alone and will stay until July.

This is the time when Prince Phillip celebrates his 100th birthday.

It will also be when a statue erected in honor of his mother Princess Diana is unveiled for the first time.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
Harry will be returning in June (Image credit: SplashNews)

Change of plan for Meghan Markle

Royal Expert Ingrid Seward exclusively told Entertainment Daily! in January she expected both of them to return.

She said: “I’m sure you will bring Archie with you as you want him to meet his great grandparents the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh.

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“And just as important as he never met Thomas Markle, his grandfather, the Prince of Wales.”

Last year, Dickie Arbiter – the Queen’s former press secretary – said 99-year-old Philip won’t be here long.

I speak on the news channel Nine News Australia In March last year he said, “It would be a shame if Archie wasn’t brought over for his great-grandparents to see him.”

Ent Daily has asked Meghan and Harry’s representatives for comment.

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