Prince Harry, Meghan Markle EXCITED for their kids to spend time with Queen during jubilee celebration

A change of heart has been noticed in Prince Harry as earlier he said he would not bring his children to the UK due to security reasons


                            Prince Harry, Meghan Markle EXCITED for their kids to spend time with Queen during jubilee celebration
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are 'excited' to have their kids spend time with the Queen (Yui Mok - WPA Pool/Getty Images and meghanmarkle_official/Instagram)
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It is confirmed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be attending the Queen's platinum jubilee celebrations along with their little ones in June, this year. A source close to the couple said that the parents are eager to have their children, Archie, 3, and Lili, 11-months, spend time with their great grandmother, Queen Elizabeth to HollywoodLife

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When Meghan and Prince Harry were celebrating their fourth anniversary on May 19, the couple decided to head back to the United Kingdom for the first time ever since they left the royal life two years ago. 

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The source also said, "They typically make their anniversary very low-key. They love spending it at home with family. They’ll cook a nice fresh meal and raise a glass of champagne and just cherish how lucky they are. They love to go hiking near their home in Santa Barbara and they’ve been having great fun discovering all the trails in their area so no doubt they’ll fit a hike in."

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Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex speak onstage during Global Citizen Live, New York on September 25, 2021 in New York City. (John Lamparski/Getty Images)

The couple, however, had bigger things going on in their minds as they were planning to attend the Queen's platinum jubilee celebrations. This event requires the Sussexes to go on a big trip. The source added, "But as far as celebrations go the bigger focus right now is on the Jubilee and their big trip to the UK. Overall, they’re cautiously excited. They know all eyes will be on them, which is always stressful but at the same time it’s going to be a chance for them to show the world that they’re still very much a part of the family. The whole hoopla about them not being on the balcony was way off the mark, they’re very pleased to be able to step back from that. The last thing they want to do is take away attention from The Queen, they’re going to honor her and celebrate her."

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They continued to explain, "Harry has such a special relationship with her and so does Meghan, they can’t wait for her to spend time with her and to see her bond with Archie and Lili, that’s what they’re most excited about." Additionally, the fact that Lili will be turning one year old during the trip just adds to the excitement. "The whole weekend is going to be focused on The Queen but it’s also Lili’s first birthday [June 4] so the timing is really lovely because they’ll be able to mark that big milestone with The Queen and the rest of Harry’s family."

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A change of heart has been noticed in Prince Harry as earlier he said he would not bring his children to the UK due to security reasons.