After months since their final official engagement as royals, Prince Harry is about to set his foot in the British soil to meet Queen Elizabeth II.
News broke that the royal staff was alerted to prepare the Frogmore Cottage for the arrival of the 36-year-old prince; however, it is still uncertain whether her wife would join him for the upcoming visit.
“Staff at Windsor have been told to prepare for the possibility Harry could come back. They are told that it could be within weeks, but Meghan’s name was not mentioned,” a source told The Daily Mail.
Prince Harry Set to have Some Serious Talks with the Queen
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In Scotland today, The Duke of Sussex and Travalyst have hosted a summit to launch their next phase of work, putting communities first, with a mission to create a more sustainable tourism industry. • “We are a coalition of partners with a shared goal to transform the future of tourism and travel for everyone – to give people access to better information and ensure the future development of tourism positively supports the destinations that the industry relies on, and that their communities depend on. We believe travel is a good thing. It is the heart of human experience, of cultural connections and of new friendships.” – The Duke of Sussex Travalyst is working to build a future where people are able to take holidays and trips that have social, environmental and economic benefits to communities and destinations built in. There is an increasing desire for these types of trips – and we want to make them a reality for everyone. At today’s summit in Edinburgh, representatives from across the Scottish tourism sector discussed the need to encourage and incentivise sustainable practices across the supply chain, in a way that meets the needs of consumers who want more clarity on how to choose more sustainable options. Image © PA / SussexRoyal
Moreover, the publication also added the 94-year-old monarch, who is still at her “HMS Bubble,” will meet the Duke of Sussex to discuss issues involving the Sussexes statements with the upcoming US presidential election as well as his visa situation in America.
“There are all sorts of issues to speak about — not only his political statements but also his visa situation in the US. Even though he would have to isolate for two weeks, the estate is large enough for talks in a socially distanced way,” the source added.
A few weeks ago, the Sussexes received a wave of backlash from royal experts and fellow Britains after their controversial speech during TIME’s list of the world’s 100 most influential people.
At the time, the former Suits star encouraged the public to make a by exercise their right to vote.
Prince Harry also shared the same stance as his wife and urged the citizens to “reject hate speech, misinformation, and online negativity.”
Damage Beyond Repair
Unfortunately, some were dismayed how the runaway royals are too vocal about their political opinions–this includes their number one critic, Piers Morgan.
In one episode of his show, “Good Morning Britain” the 55-year-old presenter called out the “unacceptable behavior” of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to the Royal Family.
Moreover, he also aimed at the former royals as he points out that the two have crossed the line and must face “serious consequences.”
“By expressing themselves in such a brazenly partisan manner, they’ve crossed a massive line which should now have serious consequences for the couple who specialize in wanting their royal cake and the freedom to eat it,” he wrote in a column for The Daily Mail.
Aside from Morgan, royal author Penny Junor mentioned in his The Mirror article that with the controversy that the Sussexes have caused, the couple has “burnt significant bridges that are beyond repair.”
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