‘Strategic’ The Queen will go out of her way to include Harry and Meghan in the Jubilee celebrations.
According to a royal expert, Queen Elizabeth II and Buckingham Palace will want to keep Prince Harry and Meghan Markle “on board” for the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expected to be invited to the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, according to a royal expert, as the Royal Family seeks to “prove they’re above” the recent Megxit scandal. Two royal analysts discussed the impending celebrations on the Mail+ show Palace Confidential, with Charlotte Griffiths suggesting that the Queen is being “strategic” in her planning to ensure that the Royal Family looks “as clean as a whistle” throughout the festivities.
“It’s so crucial, she’s the only monarch to have ever made it to 70 years, she’s 95, and they really have to be in a good place for this Jubilee celebration next year,” Mail on Sunday Diary editor Charlotte Griffiths said of the Jubilee.
“She’s really clever to be planning ahead of time and being strategic about it, and basically making sure the Palace and the royals look spotless and ready to parade.”
“I do think that the tales about Harry and Meghan not being invited to parties for the Platinum Jubilee and that type of thing will turn out not to be the case,” royal analyst and Daily Mail Diary editor Richard Eden said.
“The Palace will make an extra effort to include them because they want to keep them on board,” says the source.
“I see that this bigotry is threatening them, but I believe they must demonstrate that they are above it.”
The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee will be held over a four-day Bank Holiday weekend next year, from June 2nd to 5th.
On Sunday, there will be a special Trooping of the Colour, a concert outside Buckingham Palace, and a Jubilee Pageant all throughout London.
To commemorate the Queen’s 70 years as a British monarch, street parties will be hosted around the UK, and members of the Royal Family will participate in tours and formal engagements throughout the year.
A reigning monarch will be the first in British history to surpass 70 years on the throne.
Since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their decision to step down in January 2020, relations between Buckingham Palace and the pair have been strained. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”