Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Will Not Visit The Queen at Balmoral despite her Invitation!
37-year-old British royal family members Prince Harry and 40-year-old Meghan Markle won’t visit the Queen when she takes her summer break at Balmoral despite invitations.
It was reported a few days back that the Queen had invited the couple and their two children, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, 3, and Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor, 1, to spend some time at her Scottish estate. Later, it was also said that the Sussexes wouldn’t have to hang around with Prince Charles and Prince William.
The pair reportedly has no plans to return to the Balmoral estate in the Scottish Highlands during the next few months after their previous visit to the Queen. Also, the last time Sussexes spent time with family was when they attended St Paul’s Thanksgiving Service.
According to a source, those in Balmoral insider told to prepare for the entire royal family, including Harry, Meghan, and their children.
“As they are getting ready for the Sussexes.”According to another source: “I would be surprised if they did turn up.”
Similarly, the couple had plans to remain in the United States before the publication of Harry’s memoir.
Also, According to some reports, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have not received an invitation to join the Queen; thus, they will not likely go.
The Queen was in Scotland last week and will spend August and September at her highland retreat with William, Kate, and their children, Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4.
Several modifications have been implemented in recent years at Balmoral, including installing a lift accessible to wheelchair users in the Craigowan Lodge in 2021.
Royal family members had called this Scottish castle home since 1852, when Prince Albert paid £32,000 to build it for Queen Victoria. It is usually around mid-July when she arrives at the estate. During a recent interview, Princess Eugenie described Balmoral as “the most beautiful spot on earth.”
In 2016, she expressed her opinion on the subject in the ITV program titled “Our Queen at Ninety,” saying, “I think Granny is most pleased there.”
“It is impossible to imagine her not enjoying the Highlands with its strolls, picnics, dogs, and countless dogs, not to mention the constant flow of people in and out.”
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