- Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her Platinum Jubilee in June
- Prince Harry and Meghan have finally RSVP'd
- They will visit the UK with their kids for the event
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan will return to the UK for the Queen. Today, the couple announced they will visit England — with their children — in June for Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Queen's Jubilee: Harry and Meghan will be there
A spokesperson for Harry and Meghan confirmed to People, among others, that the couple is "excited and honored" to attend the festivities in June, joined by their kids Archie and Lili.
However, during the visit, the Duke and Duchess will not join the traditional appearance on the Palace balcony with the Royal Family at Trooping the Colour.
The Queen stated today that only working royals will appear with her on the balcony. The decision will exclude Prince Andrew, in addition to Harry and Meghan, who left royal work for good in 2021.
Royal reunion after years of drama
It'll be a rare family reunion. Prince Harry and his wife were in the UK briefly last month, but the Jubilee will see the two of them rejoin all the royals for the first time in years.
And it all comes after the couple's notable dispute with the Royal Family. They've been clashing particularly with Prince Charles and Prince William, and in the infamous Oprah interview, they accused unnamed relatives of racism.
The Queen will also meet her great-granddaughter Lili, 11 months, for the first time. Harry and Meghan's son Archie, who turned 3 today, will return to the UK — where he was born — for the first time since 2019.