Royal commentator Neil Sean has said the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expected to return to the UK this year for the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations from June 2-5
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry “are keeping their agendas free” and could be invited to a special banquet with the Queen to celebrate her platinum jubilee, according to a royal expert.
Neil Sean says the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are set to return to the UK this year for the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations from June 2-5.
However, the royal commentator also warned that a big comeback could “distract the Queen’s attention” as she turns 70 on the throne, the Express reports.
Mr Sean said on his YouTube channel: “I’m sure Her Gracious Majesty The Queen would have enough people to help serve the teas and maybe clean up at Windsor Great Park, who knows.
“You can only imagine what they [Harry and Meghan] could possibly deliver.
“I don’t mean this in a cruel way, but you know it is going to be very difficult for Her Majesty The Queen and of course, His Royal Highness Prince Charles and Princess Anne.
“What could they offer?
“It would take a lot of concentration away from the Queen.
“What I suspect is that there will be some sort of banquet, perhaps discreet, to which they could be invited.
“What we do know, however, is that their newspapers remain free.”
The four-day public holiday to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee will be the biggest of all royal events and has a staggering budget of between £ 10m and £ 15m.
The weekend will begin on Thursday with Trooping the Color, which will be staged in its entirety for the first time since the pandemic, and a thanksgiving service for the Queen’s reign will take place at St. Paul’s Cathedral. the Saturday.
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Sunday’s show will consist of three acts, with the first seeing both soldiers and veterans take part in a march along the mall in front of Buckingham Palace.
Nicholas Coleridge, co-chair of the competition and president of the Victoria & Albert Museum, said the event would be bigger than Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations in 1897.
He told the Mail: “This will be the biggest one ever put together, we think even bigger than the one put up for Queen Victoria.
“It won’t be London-centric. We even have a giant map, making sure we have people from every part of our country and indeed every part of the Commonwealth.
“We’re going to have people from all 54 Commonwealth countries taking part in this incredible parade.”
He added, “In the end, I hope we will feel invigorated, highly patriotic and one nation as we all celebrate the Platinum Jubilee.”
The Queen celebrates her 70th birthday on the throne on February 6, but since that day is also the anniversary of her father’s death, the celebrations have been moved to June.
She is already the oldest monarch alive today. Only one former monarch ruled longer – Louis XIV of France, whose reign lasted 72 years and 110 days.