Despite stepping away from their senior royal duties last year, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex — who are expecting their second child, a girl, any day now — won't be "iced out" from the monumental occasion, the insider insisted. They added that "it's a family event," so they will "of course" be invited.
Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, are expected to return to the U.K. to celebrate Her Majesty's 70 years on the throne next June. On Wednesday, June 2, Buckingham Palace announced further details for the four-day weekend, which will include a party at the Palace.
The royal family is already looking forward to meeting Harry and Meghan's new baby girl, the source told Page Six. And hopefully the divide between the couple and the royals will be fixed by this time next year, after Harry and Meghan made shocking claims about their time behind palace walls.
Another insider noted that "so much" can happen in a year, adding that the royals will definitely want to see Harry and Meghan's new daughter and son Archie.
Harry previously flew back over the pond in April for Prince Philip's funeral and was reportedly welcomed with icy greetings. In fact, he didn't even have one-on-one chats with brother Prince William or dad Prince Charles.
The only convo the trio had was a "clear-the-air-talk," OK! previously reported. William, 38, and Charles, 72, only agreed to speak with Harry if there were witnesses so their private chat wouldn’t get twisted and leaked to the public, as it had in the past, according to sources.
As OK! previously reported, Harry spoke with his brother and dad following the couple's jaw dropping interview with Oprah Winfrey in March, during which they bashed the royal family and accused unnamed members of racism. But, soon after, Gayle King blabbed about their private conversation on national television, saying their chats were "not productive."
According to Lady Campbell, the royal family doesn’t trust Harry after he and Meghan threw a "muck at everybody," referring to their Oprah interview.
The Queen's jubilee celebration will most likely be the first time Harry and Meghan both return to the U.K. since they started their lives anew in the U.S. Meghan did not attend Philip's funeral with her husband because she was pregnant and advised not to travel by her doctor.