A Royal Reunion! Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Visit With Queen Elizabeth II In London: Report
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly had a royal family reunion during their layover in London.
This marks the first time the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have visited the U.K. together since they left their royal duties in early 2020.
Meghan and Harry reportedly flew first class from Los Angeles to London on Tuesday, April 12, according to sources per TMZ. The royal couple was accompanied by security at all times, and they are said to be spending the whole week there before going to the Netherlands for the Invictus Games.
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As if the two of them stepping foot back in the U.K. isn't exciting enough, sources also spilled the Sussexes already paid a visit to Queen Elizabeth II for the first time in nearly two years.
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This comes after rumors swirled that Harry would not be visiting the ailing monarch after he chose to skip out on Prince Philip's memorial service.
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"The reality is it is highly unlikely, given the schism he has caused in the family," royal expert Robert Jobson explained at the time. Now, it seems Harry and Meghan may be attempting to mend relationships as concerns for the Queen's health continue to mount.
As OK! previously reported, the 95-year-old has canceled several public engagements after struggling with health issues since October, from a sprained back to battling COVID-19. Worst of all, royal sources have stated she has been "largely confined" to a wheelchair and unable to even walk her beloved corgis.
In March, Her Majesty came up with a creative solution to her mobility problems — she bought a luxury golf cart!
"The cart is a new addition to the castle, and they all think it’s a great idea. It’s certainly fit for a Queen and hopefully it will help her fulfil her engagements," the source explained. "Everyone wants her to carry on for as long as possible being seen by the public."