July 6, 2022

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Harry and Meghan try to reconnect with family at the Queen’s Jubilee

Harry and Meghan try to reconnect with family at the Queen's Jubilee

Elizabeth II’s platinum jubilee celebrations are an opportunity for Prince Harry and his wife Meghan to make their big public return to the UK, but also a chance to restore ties with the royal family, according to a royalty expert.

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Harry and Meghan will be appearing alongside the senior royals for the first time in 70 years of sovereign rule after moving to California in 2020 and will be closely watched.

“I think their decision to leave was a setback not only for the country, but also for the queen and the organization, and I do not think they can break it.” Omid Scooby, author of “Finding Freedom,” a book describing this devastating departure, was expected at a meeting of the Foreign Press Association in London.

“As we have seen in the UK press they are totally hated and I think anything they do will spread in a very negative way,” he said.

The United Kingdom celebrates its Platinum Jubilee from June 2 to 5 with parades, religious services and many famous gatherings.

The participation of the Queen, who has restricted public engagements due to mobility issues in recent months, is uncertain. The 96-year-old Sovereign went to her Scottish residence in Balmoral‌ on Thursday to rest before the festivities.

According to Omid Scoby, Harry basically attends a lot of family events, one way to restore ties with his father Charles and his brother William. “Harry was in contact with his father. The first steps were (…) they did everything they could to lay the foundations, but it would be difficult”.

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With William, “there is always very little communication,” he said.

Reserved for active members of the royal family for a military parade on June 2, Buckingham Palace disappeared from the balcony, and Harry and Meghan could make a “surprise appearance” with other members of the royal family on June 5. Great festival parade day in London.

The royal historian estimates that they will also attend the Thanksgiving Mass on June 3 at St Paul’s Cathedral in London.

They present their daughter Lilibate for the first time to her great-grandmother Elizabeth II, who inspired her first name and celebrates her first birthday on June 4 on the occasion of the Jubilee.