As most know by now, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle aren’t favorites among the royal family these days. Many royal family enthusiasts have been wondering if Harry and Meghan will be headed back to the United Kingdom for the Christmas holidays, but a report from The Sunday Times this week claimed they will not be paying a visit.
As most know, Meghan and Harry just had their first baby, Archie, and sources have stated the Queen is very upset that she won’t be able to spend time with her great-grandson.
These days, Meghan and Harry no longer have to worry about a court battle, so royal insiders wondered if they were going to take the time to come back.
As it was previously reported, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had planned to come back to December with their 17-month-old child just before their trial begins in January of next year. However, there was a change of plans when it was revealed that Meghan and Harry’s court case was postponed until the fall of next year due to a “confidential” reason.
A spokesperson for the couple claimed they would not be traveling before the end of 2020 because there was a trial planned in January. Considering it is no longer scheduled for the first month of 2020, there are no plans to travel.
According to The Sunday Times, Queen Elizbeth, 94, and the Duke of Edinburgh, 99, haven’t seen their great-grand-child for over a year. The last time the family saw the baby was back in last November during a time in which it was reported that they were taking a break from their royal duties.
However, they never brought baby Archie back with them when they came back in January and in March before they finally relinquished their duties with the family.
As it was previously reported, the 39-year-old Suits alum filed a lawsuit against The Daily Mail for printing a private letter that was written by her father, Thomas Markle. The letter wound up being the straw that broke the camel’s back because Meghan’s relationship with her family hasn’t been the same since.