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Meghan Markle and Harry may wait until ‘perfect celebration’ to bring Archie back to UK

Meghan Markle's chance to bring Archie to UK detailed by expert

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Royal expert Marlene Koening reflected on the next time Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could return to the UK with their son Archie and their daughter. During an interview with Express.co.uk, Ms Koenig remarked that she was not a fan of making royal predictions. However, she argued one of the better times to return to the UK with their children would be the Platinum Jubilee celebration on June 22 next year.

This would be to mark the 70th anniversary of the Queen’s accession to the throne.

Ms Koenig said: “I don’t like to make predictions but who knows what will happen next year for the Platinum celebration.

“That and the Trooping the Colour would be the perfect time to bring them over and be a part of this.

“They are still royal highnesses, they just don’t use them in business.

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“But if they were at court they would be styled in a dress, be on the balcony and be a part of that celebration.

“They would be bringing the kids to see grandpa, great-grandma and that sort of thing.

“That would be extremely important in a time where there would be the opportunity to fully embrace Meghan or have conversations.

“But, that is a year down the road and we don’t know exactly what is going to be happening.”

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Despite the backlash that has followed the Sussexes after their Oprah interview, Prince Harry is still expected to return to the UK this summer. 

However, the Duke is likely to be travelling alone, leaving his wife at children in the US. 

Former protection officer for Princess Diana, Ken Wharfe has dismissed the likelihood that Meghan Markle would accompany her husband on a return trip, calling the prospect “doubtful.”

Mr Wharfe told 60 minutes Australia: “Will they come back?

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“My own gut reaction is I think he will.

“I hope it is with her but I think that’s doubtful.

“Yep, he is living a lifestyle now which is so alien to him.

“He isn’t going to have the freedom most people in LA are going to have.

“I think he is going to find that difficult.”

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