• Prince Harry will travel to UK soon
  • To celebrate Invictus Games' anniversary
  • Is Duchess Meghan coming too?

Prince Harry (39) is making his return to UK after a prolonged absence. While initial details of the royal's visit to his homeland have surfaced, speculation persists over whether his wife, Duchess Meghan (42), will be joining him.

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According to People, Prince Harry is journeying to London to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the Invictus Games, with a notable event slated for May 8, where the 39-year-old will be in attendance. Harry is set to address the audience at St. Paul's Cathedral during the service. A decade ago, he initiated the Invictus Games, a sporting event dedicated to injured veterans.

As for a potential family reunion, it's plausible that Harry may reconnect with his relatives during his visit. There's speculation that he might arrange to see his brother, Prince William (41), amid his time in England.

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It seems Prince Harry will embark on his journey to England solo, as Duchess Meghan and their children Archie (4) and Lilibet (2) are staying behind. Following the Invictus Games event, Harry is slated to head to Nigeria, where Meghan will join him. The couple is scheduled to engage with various individuals and participate in cultural activities during their time there.

People suggests that this visit to Nigeria might signify a potential future location for the Invictus Games. Meghan, in particular, has shown keen interest in the country ever since discovering through a DNA test that she has Nigerian heritage, accounting for 43 percent of her ancestry.