Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan and Baby Archie To Rejoin Queen Elizabeth This Summer
Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan, and their son Archie are reportedly set to visit Queen Elizabeth during their annual visit to Scotland this summer. They missed the trip last year as Archie had just been born.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and Archie Mountbatten-Windsor are reportedly scheduled to reunite with Queen Elizabeth II this summer. It will be Meghan's and Archie's first visit to Balmoral Castle. The royal family was forced to miss the trip last year because Archie was born just shortly before the usual summertime trip.
Harry and Meghan are wrapping up final royal duties
Harry and Meghan were both recently in the United Kingdom attending to their final duties as senior royals. On March 12, Meghan returned to the family's home in British Columbia, Canada. Harry remains in the UK, though coronavirus-related precautions have limited his availability for public events.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, step back from their royal duties on March 31.
Baby Archie will reunite with Queen Elizabeth
Baby Archie's absence made headlines during Harry and Meghan's recent visit to the UK. The Queen was reportedly saddened that the now 10-month-old was unable to make the trip. Others, such as Piers Morgan, criticized Harry and Meghan for leaving Archie at home.
But it was recently revealed that the couple opted to leave Archie at home rather than risk having him travel overseas amid the coronavirus outbreak. The Queen should be pleased that the full family is planning to visit in the summer.