Prince William and Prince Harry are to attend the unveiling of the 60th birthday monument to Princess Diana.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will return to the UK in summer 2021. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are expected to attend three important events, and only the worsening COVID-19 pandemic could make a difference.
Royal expert and writer Phil Dampier spoke about this in an interview with The Sun. On April 21, Queen Elizabeth II will celebrate her 95th birthday. However, the official celebration of the monarch’s birthday is traditionally held on the second Saturday in June. On June 10, 2021, the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Harry’s grandfather, and the Queen’s husband will turn 100. In addition, the Invictus Games will kick off in The Hague on May 29.
Prince William and Prince Harry are also expected to take part in the unveiling of a monument dedicated to Princess Diana’s 60th birthday. The statue will be installed in the garden of Kensington Palace on her birthday, July 1. This monument in honor of Lady Di was commissioned by the princes back in 2017.
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“Harry and Meghan still barely talk to William and Kate. An awkward meeting awaits them. But I think they will be a united front at the unveiling of the Diana statue and the Queen’s birthday celebration, but there will be a tense atmosphere behind the scenes. A demonstration of royal unity is likely to take place. The Queen is pragmatic and always does her best to resolve differences, ”says Dampir.
Earlier it became known how much Meghan Markle’s wardrobe cost in 2020.