The couple plan to attend Queen Elizabeth II‘s 95th birthday and the Trooping the Colour parade in June. Royal aides said that because the event is both official and a family occasion, Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan Markle, 39, are expected to attend.
The aide said the royals are hopeful the queen’s birthday parade can take place as it normally does. They are prepared, however, to scale back the size of the event or otherwise adapt to meet COVID-19 guidelines.
The annual parade is set to be the first major national celebration since the coronavirus pandemic began and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex’s first time being seen with members of the royal family since their move to the United States.
Neither the prince nor the California native has attended a royal event since the Westminster Abbey Commonwealth service alongside Prince William and Duchess Kate in March 2020, after they announced their decision to step away from their royal life.
News of the reunion comes after royal reporter Katie Nicholl told that the former British Army soldier virtually reconnected with his 38-year-old brother, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge over the holidays.
Source: Us Weekly