Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan, Prince William and Duchess Kate may not meet privately as part of the anniversary weekend.
Prince Harry, 37, and Duchess Meghan, 40, may not be able to see Prince William, 40, and Duchess Kate, 40, in private during their visit to the UK over the platinum anniversary weekend. A palace insider told the New York Post.
William and Harry are said to have continued on a frosty relationship following the younger brother’s departure from royal leadership. “At the moment it doesn’t look like Harry and Meghan and William and Kate will be getting together as a foursome during the anniversary celebrations,” the insider said. “In any case, there’s nothing in the calendar at the moment.”
However, that would also mean that William and Kate’s three children, Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, their cousin Archie, 3, and cousin Lilibet, who celebrated their first birthday on Saturday in Britain celebrates, will not see. As previously reported, William and Kate will be more than 200km away in Wales when Lilibet celebrates with the Queen at Windsor Castle on Saturday. It is not yet known if a historical photo of the Queen and her namesake will be released after their meeting.
Official meeting at the thanksgiving service
Officially, the former “Fab Four” will meet for the first time in more than two years this Friday (June 3) on the occasion of the thanksgiving service for Queen Elizabeth II (96) in St. Paul’s Cathedral. Their last appearance together was in March 2020 at the Commonwealth Day service at London’s Westminster Abbey. A few days later, Harry and Meghan left Great Britain with their son Archie.
Watching the Trooping the Color ceremony from the Major General’s office in central London on Thursday, Harry and Meghan beamed as they were reunited with their family. Snapshots show them chatting to children from the royal family. However, William and Kate did not see her.