Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s return to UK will cause ‘serious headache’ for Queen | Royal | News (Reports)

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Speculation about the Duke and Duchess of Sussexes’ return to Britain has erupted in recent weeks as the couple are due to review their Megxit arrangements in March. Meghan and Harry stepped down as senior members of the Royal Family last year to seek financial independence.

As part of their deal with the Queen, Meghan and Harry agreed to have a 12-month review with the Palace.

Reports of the Sussexes attendance at the Queen’s 95th birthday celebrations have also circulated which one royal expert has claimed might be “painful” for the Royal Family.

Royal commentator, Daniela Elser, wrote on news.com.au: “On a personal level, everyone from the Queen down would surely be thrilled to have Harry, Meghan and perhaps even Archie back, however, on a regal level, their re-entry into the rarefied royal ecosystem could pose a serious headache for the palace.”

Meghan and Harry have been invited by the Queen to join her for Trooping the Colour in June to mark Her Majesty’s official birthday, according to reports.

Royal aides told the Sunday Times that the Sussexes are expected to join the Queen at the event.

Trooping the Colour is usually held in public in London and could be the first time fans see the couple reunite with the Royal Family.

Ms Elser warned that when Meghan and Harry return to Buckingham Palace’s balcony they will be the “centre of attention”.

She wrote: “Most glaringly, when Harry and Meghan take their place on the balcony, they will be the centre of attention, with thousands of lenses and cameras trained on the couple as they appear feet, if not inches, away from the Cambridges, Prince Charles and the Queen for the first time in over 12 months (at that point).

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Since their departure to North America, rumours around Prince Harry and Prince William’s rift have heightened.

One royal expert believes the relations between the royal brothers has not particularly improved.

Phil Dampier, author of Royally Suited: Harry and Meghan In Their Own Words, claimed the Sussexes’ and Cambridges’ first reunion will be “awkward”.

He told the Sun: “I think it’s going to be very awkward if they do meet up.

“From what I am told the rift is not a lot better at the moment – they are not talking a lot.

“I think they will put on a united front for the unveiling of Diana’s statue and I’m sure they will put on a united front for the birthday celebrations but behind the scenes I think there’s going to be a lot of tension.”

A statue of Princess Diana, commissioned by Prince Harry and Prince William, is expected to be installed on what would have been her 60th birthday.

Kensington Palace confirmed the statue will be placed in the garden of the London palace on 1 July 2021.

The Palace said the installation had been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic but would be unveiled in the Sunken Garden this year.

The royal brothers said Princess Diana “touched so many lives” and that the sculpture would “recognise her positive impact”.

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