The Queen had invited Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and the couple’s two children, Archie and Lilipet, to spend a few weeks with her until the end of the Northern Hemisphere summer, which runs until September this year.
Sources told The Sun that the Sussex family has been invited to visit her in Balmoral, where she travels every summer. A source said: “Staff have been asked to sign the full list of royals, including Harry and Meghan and their children Archie and Lilipet.”
Since leaving their jobs as royals, Meghan and Harry, in early 2020, Meghan and Harry have visited the British royal family only once, in early June, to mark the Queen’s platinum jubilee. They traveled to the UK with their children, Archie and Lilipt.
A source also told the Daily Mail that “it is alleged that the Sussexes will not be spending time with other members of the royal family such as Charles and William” during the visit.
As reported by The Sun, Queen Elizabeth II’s gesture is understood as a flag of peace for the Sussex family, in the face of recent disagreements with the family, which were mainly caused by Harry and Meghan’s interview with Oprah Winfrey which was broadcast last year in both the United States and the United Kingdom. .
In this interview, Prince Harry revealed why he left the crown, which would have protected his family, as his wife was constantly attacked and harassed by the British press.
Fighting for justice
Since February of this year, Prince Harry has been fighting in British justice for the right to a guarantee from the UK when he and Meghan Markle and their children, Archie and Lilipet, finally visited the country.
Last week, Judge Jonathan Swift granted Prince Harry “leave to seek judicial review” over a decision by the Executive Committee for the Protection of Property and Public Figures (RAVEC) that overturned Harry’s automatic right to security, the UK Police.
With this ruling, Prince Harry’s legal case will now move to a full hearing in the London High Court between Harry and the UK government, a situation unprecedented in modern times.
Harry and Meghan lost the police protection paid by the British crown when they gave up their positions as senior members of the British royal family in early 2020. Harry’s lawyer said he and Meghan would like to take their children to the UK from time to time, but also said it was a very dangerous journey.
Harry argues that the US special security team has no outside jurisdiction or access to British intelligence, which makes a family trip back home too risky.
Harry’s lawyer said the Duke would prefer privately to fund his and his family’s security, but the impossibility of his team having jurisdiction to take more effective action outside the United States makes his security team inadequate.
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