Harry & Meghan Have Reportedly Requested To Meet The Queen — Here's Why
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are reportedly arranging a meeting in the UK with Queen Elizabeth II. Here's why they could visit England in "the coming weeks" to see the Queen, according to a new report.
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan could be UK-bound in the near future — and they may be bringing a special guest with them.
The Sun reported this weekend that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have "offered to fly in" to England to meet Queen Elizabeth. And the reason for the big trip? They want to introduce the Queen to their daughter Lilibet.
Prince Harry and Meghan introducing the Queen to Lilibet?
Harry and Meghan's potential UK visit would be in "the coming weeks," according to The Sun, and it rests on if the Queen "agrees to meet them."
The report added that Prince Harry has been attempting to make amends with his family, as he hopes he can still have Lilibet christened while in the UK.
Lilibet just turned 3 months old on Sept. 4, and she has yet to be baptized. Nor has the newborn met her namesake — the Queen — or any other members of the Royal Family since her birth.
Will the Queen meet Harry, Meghan and baby Lili?
The Sun appears to be reporting on Harry and Meghan's request based on reaction from Palace staff, who are not pleased about the potential meeting.
But the newspaper did add: "The Queen is still very fond of Harry, and would love to see Lilibet and her brother Archie."
So, it sounds like we could soon see the long-awaited reunion of the Royal Family, after months of drama and scandalous revelations from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Prince Harry has visited the UK twice in 2021, but both occasions were rather sombre family events. Meghan has been away since early 2020 and Archie since late 2019.
The meeting with the Queen reportedly hasn't been confirmed yet, but stay tuned for the latest on the Sussex family's reunion with the royals.