• Prince Harry comes to England
  • For a special occasion
  • Are Meghan and the children coming along too?

Prince Harry (39) is about to return to the United Kingdom. There is one event at the beginning of May that is very close to his heart which he does not want to miss. Duchess Meghan (42) could accompany him for the first time since Queen Elizabeth II's funeral in September 2022.

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Prince Harry is planning a trip to London to take part in the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games at St. Paul's Cathedral on May 8. 

According to the cathedral's official schedule, which was seen by the British 'Express', the event is scheduled for May 8 at 5 pm.

Prince Harry, who launched the 2014 Invictus Games to honor injured veteran men and women, is therefore not only listed as a guest but is also expected to give a speech.

Duchess Meghan is also on the list - but her name is "to be confirmed". 

Harry and Meghan in London - are the children coming too?

According to an insider from the 'Express', Prince Harry hopes that not only Meghan but also their two children Archie Harrison (4) and Lilibet Diana (2) will travel with him to London.

But: "the children's attendance is still up in the air because they will only visit the UK if their mother Meghan decides to attend," adds the source.

We are sure Harry hopes they will accompany him so they can all enjoy the service and meet members of his family while they are in the country.

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The couple's participation in this event is seen as a gentle step towards reintegrating themselves into the minds of the British population. It symbolizes an occasion that is almost synonymous with the duties of a working royal.

"It's a worthy cause where Harry is the key ambassador, and it will be a good starting point for the Sussexes to repair relations with the royal family and the British people at the same time," said the insider.