Meghan and Harry tipped for UK return

Harry and Meghan: Piers Morgan expresses concern for Queen

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped back from their royal duties and moved to California where they are residing with their family. The royal couple recently visited the UK to be a part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Ceremony in June and the One Young World summit in Manchester on Monday.

Royal expert Kinsey Schofield claimed to Daily Star that Meghan in particular is excited to return to Britain to highlight causes close to her.

The ToDiForDaily podcast host said: “I do think that this trip is something that perhaps Meghan was excited about.”

She continued: “I think this is one of those cases where really Meghan is excited about going to the UK because this is her time to shine.”

The visit will also see the pair attend the WellChild Awards in London on September 8 where Harry is also set to deliver a speech.

The talkTV contributor also suggested that Prince Harry and Meghan’s return is also due to pressure and a need to “create content” for the likes of streaming services Spotify and Netflix, for which they signed big-money deals.

Ms Kinsey explained: “Let’s not forget there are a lot of expectations from Spotify and Netflix, so they have got content that they have to create.”

She continued: “I do wonder if the motivation ultimately is to create content and to continue to elevate themselves.”

The Piers Morgan Uncensored commentator added: “They are visiting because they have to have that connection to the Royal Family to continue to monetize their brand.”

Meanwhile, the Duchess of Sussex joined Prince Harry in Germany to kick off the one-year countdown for Invictus Games for wounded servicemen and women.

During the event, Harry and Meghan got to meet with local officials, potential competitors of the 2023 Invictus Games, as well as their friends and family.

Prince Harry launched the Invictus Games back in 2014 when he was still a working royal.

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He and Meghan famously debuted their relationship at the 2017 games in Toronto, and have since attended several of the games together over the years, most recently in The Netherlands earlier this year.

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