- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could attend Jubilee
- Harry and Meghan invited to appear on balcony with royals
- There are some events Harry and Meghan cannot partake in
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently visited the United Kingdom together for the first time since stepping back from the royal family. And while it's unknown if they will soon make another trip to London for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, new details have emerged of what their appearance at the festivities could look like.
Harry and Meghan could make traditional balcony appearance
Harry and Meghan may not be senior royals any more, but there are still a few events they would be allowed to take part in! As the Daily Mail reports, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have reportedly been invited to join the royal family on the balcony at Buckingham. They would also likely be seen at St Paul's Cathedral, where a special service of thanksgiving will be held.
However, the couple's new standing within the world of the royals does mean that there are some festivities they are not permitted to attend. The Telegraph has shared that Harry and Meghan would be unable to participate in this year's Trooping the Colour celebration, which marks Queen Elizabeth II's birthday. And while there are many exciting plans underway for the monarch's Platinum Jubilee, Harry and Meghan are to remain on the sidelines.
Harry and Meghan have had their ups and downs with the royal family since their departure in 2020, particularly after speaking out in a shocking tell-all interview with Oprah. They are currently in the Netherlands for the Invictus Games, which Harry is a proud patron of. The couple have been seen looking relaxed and happy during their trip and even kissing at a public event, which is surprising for royals!