Go back and forth. Meghan Markle just gave birth to her daughter Lilibet Diana on June 4 and will have to take care of the baby at her mansion in Montecito, California, while her husband, the prince harry, fly to the UK. In the next few hours the Duke of Sussex is expected to arrive in British territory to be present at the inauguration of the statue in memory of the Princess Diana.
Harry’s journey is believed to be speedy at Meghan’s request. The 39-year-old Duchess of Sussex would not want to spend so much time alone with the children and would have told her husband to honor the engagement and return immediately. A source told Us Weekly that Harry’s trip to London “will be a fleeting visit,” and will not be as long as the one he made in April for his grandfather’s funeral, the Prince Philip.
“He will be in and out,” added the informant, insisting that the duke wants to “go back” to his wife and children. The unveiling ceremony for the statue of the late Princess of Wales will take place in Kensington Palace gardens on July 1, on what would have been Diana’s 60th birthday. In this event, Harry will once again see the faces of his brother, the prince William, and his sister-in-law Kate Middleton.
“Although the brothers are coming together for the inauguration, sadly, they will not be able to spend much time together,” said the source. On the other hand, Harry will not be visible for the entire time he is in the UK because he will be complying with the COVID-19 protocols sooner. It is estimated that he distanced himself for a time at his residence at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, before the opening.
The Princess Diana monument will include a plaque, a playground and a fountain that will surround the official sculpture of the Princess of Wales, who died in a car accident in 1997. Harry and William are said to give speeches separately but with the In order to exalt her mother’s legacy, Kate will be trying to be the peacemaker between the brothers.