Queen Elizabeth II invited Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to London

Queen Elizabeth II invited Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to London to celebrate the platinum anniversary of her reign.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex left Buckingham Palace last year. They gave up the royal powers, lived the life of ordinary citizens, and engaged in charity work. Numerous scandalous interviews with Prince Harry have soured his relationship with titled relatives.

Despite all the differences, Queen Elizabeth II invited her grandson and his wife to celebrate the 70th anniversary of her reign, according to the American publication PageSix.

The appearance of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle together in the company of the royal family will be the first after a long rift. It is not known whether the Duchess of Sussex will appear at the event because she will become a mother for the second time very soon.

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3 thoughts on “Queen Elizabeth II invited Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to London”

  1. I think Harry and Meghan and their children should all go and celebrate the 70 years of his Grandmothers reign. Since she is up in age they should do that for her since she invited them personally. I am sure she would love to see her great grandchildren.

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  2. I would love to congratulate Your Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. I pray that your family can come together and celebrate Your Majesty 70 years of service to your country!
    As a child I always dreamed of being a princess and having a beautiful princess wedding! Well I met my prince in 2004 and I had my princess wedding in 2005! We have been together 17yrs and in August we will celebrate 16yrs of Marriage. I have grown up watching the beautiful weddings that have taken place there! I have watched your grandsons grow up into fine men, and being able to see glimpses of your beautiful great children as they are growing up. I’m so sorry for the loss of your husband. My heart truly goes out to you and your family. I truly wish I could have met you your Majesty. I will keep your Majesty and family in my prayers!

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  3. I firmly believe what Prince Harry is feeling for he and wife stepped back,,not stepped down….Family should have been more supportive and try and help the couple..Harry was born a prince,,and should stay a prince..His children should also be prince and princess… Living in the shadow of someone is not a good feeling……have compassion and love and peace amongst all of you especially between all the grandkids..love and honor each other.. Life is short,,you never know when it will be the last time.

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