The ‘extraordinarily warm and forgiving’ nature of Queen piques Harry’s interest in reuniting.
The “extraordinarily warm and forgiving” nature of the Queen, combined with the Platinum Jubilee’s family themes, has sparked hope for Prince Harry to reunite with the royals later this year.
Alistair Bruce, a royal correspondent and commentator, predicted that the Queen would want as many family members as possible to celebrate her Platinum Jubilee later this year, giving hope to Prince Harry’s relatives.
As royal experts speculate on the Sussexes’ attendance, Mr Bruce explained that the Queen was “warm and forgiving” and that many families had their “ups and downs.”
It comes as the details of the Jubilee celebrations have been made public, with dates for the special events announced throughout the year.
Mr Bruce was asked by Sky News if he believes Harry will return to the UK for the Jubilee.
“I have no idea,” he said, “but I believe you will find in the Queen an exceptionally forgiving and warm member of the Royal Family.”
“Who is her family, who wants to embrace everyone in any way she can?”
“Most families have ups and downs, and I believe that having as many members of her family as possible around her is as reassuring to her as it is to most people when they can bring families together.”
“However, as the months pass, we will learn a lot more, and the Palace will provide more details.”
Mr Bruce joked that the British public can be as involved in the Jubilee as they want or completely ignore it, something he said the Queen was well aware of.
On February 6, the Queen will mark her 70th year on the throne with her Platinum Jubilee.
However, royal experts and commentators have speculated on whether Harry and Meghan will be present at any of the events.
Events will take place throughout 2022, starting with a dessert competition hosted by Fortnum and Mason, in which the public will create a pudding dedicated to the Queen.
Hundreds of performers and horses will perform a play about the history of the United Kingdom at Windsor Castle from May 12 to 15.
On June 5, the country will host the Big Jubilee Lunch, which will be part of a four-day bank holiday weekend commemorating the occasion.
Many more events have been announced, but the Sussexes have yet to commit to any of them.
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