Harry and Meghan 'will come back to UK' to be part of official Queen Jubilee celebrations

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be included in the Queen’s  “official” Platinum Jubilee celebration. royal expert Katie Nicholl claimed. The royal couple are keen to celebrate the unprecedented achievement with Her Majesty and other Royal Family members. The Duke of Sussex confessed in the past to have immense “respect” for his grandmother, jokingly referring to her as the “boss”.

Ms Nicholl told Entertainment Tonight over the summer: “I think we can be certain that Harry and Meghan will be coming back to Britain.

“I think the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June 2022 are a likely opportunity for them to come over to be a part of the official celebrations of the Queen’s 70th year.”

In a documentary marking the Queen’s 90th video, Prince Harry said: “I still view her more as the Queen than my grandmother.

“It gets hammered into…not hammered into you but you have this huge amount of respect for your boss and I always view her as my boss.”

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Royal commentator Neil Sean earlier this month Prince Harry wrote a letter to the Queen offering his “assistance” to help the Royal Family in the preparation for the Platinum Jubilee celebration.

Mr Sean said: “Prince Harry has some yearnings to return yes but in fact some beyond just yearnings.

“According to a good source, Prince Harry basically decided that he wanted to offer his assistance. This could mean a solo return.

“As we all know, her glorious Majesty, the Queen recently suffered some slight ill health all back and up and running but of course, she’s got a big year next year with her Platinum Jubilee and there’s going to be a lot of demands on her.

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The event will see Trooping the Colour, a Service of Thanksgiving for the Queen’s reign at St. Paul’s Cathedral followed by a horse race at Epsom Downs and the fourth day will be concluded with a Big Lunch at Buckingham Palace.

The Big Lunch will also host several food stalls from local communities in the UK where the people can have fun.

The Royal Family is expected to lend a hand in the celebrations and show their support to the Queen.

Lady Louise, Prince Edward and Sophie, the Countess of Wessex’s daughter, is also expected to make her official debut at the celebrations and play an important role in her grandmother’s Platinum Jubilee.

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