Countdown marked with FIRM promise to Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II has reached a family photo that has rejected her for more than two years. This Friday the British royal family will pose together when Meghan Markle returns to the UK after Megxit

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry recently confirmed their attendance at Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee. Participation is in small print, but it will achieve the image of the unity that has been against the king in these more than two years. A stage that began more than two years ago due to the estrangement of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who British tabloids christened Megxit, is marked by family tensions, and that this Friday could be a new phase of greater understanding and that could leave laying the foundations of succession. throne. The countdown to Meghan Markle’s return to the United Kingdom, against whom the most attacks have been lamented, comes wrapped in enormous expectations, and marked by a clear promise to the recipient of the award.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s return to the UK is imminent. They won’t do it alone. For the first time, they will set foot on British soil with their two children, Archie and Lilibet. An event that will not remain a private gathering, but will be stylish, is by Queen Elizabeth II’s side in the Platinum Jubilee which celebrates 70 years of her reign and which will take place between June 2 and 5. This Friday, June 3, we will see the king surrounded by his entire family, an image of unity and harmony that has rejected him since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex definitively broke up with ‘The Firm’ with the shocking statement released on January 8, 2020, and since they established their residence in the United States.

Meghan and Harry with Queen Elizabeth II and the rest of the British royal family at Trooping the Color in 2018


Although Prince Harry has fulfilled his duties to the British royal house, such as the funeral service for the death of his grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh, having a very stressful reunion with his grandmother, father and brother, this will be the first time in more than two years that we see Meghan Markle participate in public events with her in-laws, in addition she will do so with her children, Archie and Lilibet. This Friday, June 3, we’ll see the Sussexes and their children showcase the unity, strength and sustainability of the Windsors on a steadfast promise: no drama or overshadowing the role of Queen Elizabeth II with the presentation of Lilibet., which will take place at the Epsom Derby on June 4, right on the baby’s first birthday, and the king has no choice but to miss it. In fact, there is no guarantee of a ruler’s presence at almost all Jubilee acts due to his severe mobility problems and frail health.

Harry and Meghan’s schedule will be very hectic of late as they spend in the UK, the trip being planned on a flash visit in mid-April before stopping in The Hague (Netherlands) before presiding over Invictus. The couple will be staying at their old home, Frogmore Cottage, very close to Windsor Castle, where Queen Elizabeth II established her current residence. They were due to attend St Paul’s Cathedral and the Epson horse race, but were not invited to Buckingham’s traditional balcony appearance during Trooping the Color, this Thursday 2 June, due to being outlawed, suffering the same fate as Prince Andrew.

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