Expectations for the return of prince harry to the UK with her firstborn Archie Harrisonout of 2 are getting higher and higher. It is believed that the Duke of Sussex will arrive on British soil in the next few days to be at the unveiling of the statue of his late mother, the Princess Diana, at Kensington Palace on July 1, on what would have been his 60th birthday.
This will be the second time Harry has seen his older brother, the prince William, 39, in less than three months. It is to be remembered that the Duke of Sussex traveled alone from the United States to say present at the funeral of his grandfather, the prince philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, which took place on April 17 at Windsor Castle. However, this time he could travel with little Archie, whom the royal family has not seen since 2019.
Royal expert Duncan Larcombe told Closer: ‘From what I have heard from reliable royal sources, Harry will return for the unveiling of his mother’s statue. It is believed that he plans to stay at Frogmore Cottage (his old home with Meghan), and obviously he will have to quarantine. In view of that, it is said that it could arrive in the UK in the next few hours.
Larcombe continued: But he will not be alone, there are strong reasons to believe that Archie will be with him. I think the arrival of Archie would be a great diffuser of the situation. And the decision to bring it in could be the first sign of guilt on Harry’s part. “. “I think (Harry) still believes that what he and Meghan did was the right thing to do, but bringing Archie back would be an olive branch of some kind, a definite sign that he’s looking to tell the truth about what happened recently.” .
The writer says he is sure that the boy’s reunion with royalty “could help heal the pain a lot.” While that happens, Meghan Markle will stay at his mansion in Montecito, California, caring for his newborn daughter Lilibet Diana, who was born on June 4. The duchess preferred to stay home in view of the fact that she has only recently given birth.