Harry and Meghan flew from Canada to the UK to attend their last official events as senior members of the Royal family. According to the BBC, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex took part in an award ceremony for the sporting achievements of servicemen injured and injured during military service.
Meghan went out in a pencil dress designed by Victoria Beckham.
Opening the ceremony, Prince Harry said he was proud to serve the Queen and his country. He has served in the military for more than 10 years and will retain all military ranks.
The Sun writes that after returning, Harry had a four-hour conversation with the Queen.
Elizabeth II told the Prince that she would be happy to see him reunited with the Royal family if he and his wife Meghan Markle decided to return to the United Kingdom permanently.
“The Queen had something to discuss with Harry, and this was the right moment for both of them. The Queen had the first opportunity to talk to Harry alone and find out what his plans were. In a much more relaxed environment, they could both express their opinions,” Free News quoted a source in Royal circles as saying.
According to the Sun, Elizabeth II is “very upset” that Harry and Meghan have decided to leave the UK, while she would like to see her great-grandson Archie as often as the rest of the Royal family. Nevertheless, she accepts the choice of her grandson, but only if in the future he and his wife will not “use their Royal status and try to monetize it.”
Officially, Harry and Meghan will step down from their duties completely on March 31.