Meghan Markle Returns To The UK For Final Royal

Meghan Markle Returns To The UK For Final Royal

he officially returned to the UK for his last engagements as a senior member of the royal family. The Duchess of Sussex arrived in Britain on Thursday – marking her first trip to the country since the shocking Megxit announcement in early January – to join Prince Harry, who arrived in the UK last week.

According to The Sun, Meghan and Harry’s latest series of engagements will start with the Endeavor Fund awards at Mansion House on Thursday evening in London, which is an event for injured soldiers. Meghan Markle Returns To The UK For Final Royal Engagements With Prince Harry

Friday March 6, Harry will have a solo appearance at the opening of a new Silverstone Racing museum. And on Saturday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will attend the Mountbatten Music Festival for the Royal Marines’ charities at the Royal Albert Hall.

Markle will make a solo appearance on March 8 at events to celebrate International Women’s Day. The couple’s final royal appearance will take place on March 9 when they join Queen Elizabeth, Prince William, Kate Middleton and the rest of the royal family for Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey.

Markle arrives in the UK in the wake of a four-hour conversation between Queen Elizabeth and Prince Harry, which was said to have taken place last Sunday. According to insiders, the monarch had lunch with his grandson, and it was the perfect time for them to “say the two of them.”

“When Harry and Meghan announced that they wanted to stop, everything happened very quickly and it was very stressful for everyone concerned,” said a source. “Sunday was the first time the Queen had the chance to speak to Harry for himself and really find out what his plans were.” It was a much more relaxed environment and they were both able to express their opinions. “