Meghan Markle: Commentator discusses UK jubilee visit
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have travelled back to the UK to celebrate the historic Platinum Jubilee of the Queen in person. And, unlike during their short trip to Windsor in April, this time they are being accompanied by their two children, Archie and Lili.
This trip will provide the chance for the Queen to be introduced face to face to the Sussexes’ daughter who, born on June 4 at a Santa Barbara hospital, has yet to meet her great-grandmother.
And royal commentator Richard Kay said if a picture of their meeting was released it would provide a powerful image, which could have long-lasting ramifications for the Royal Family and the Sussexes.
Mr Kay wrote in the Daily Mail: “A photograph of Lilibet meeting Lilibet would be a more eloquent symbol of family unity and forgiveness than any anonymous briefing.
“It could also be a powerful metaphor for things to come.”
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have travelled back to the UK for the Jubilee
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The commentator went on to claim the Duke and Duchess are on “probation” during their stay in the UK, in particular amid reports they may be tempted to return into the royal fold if the careers they are trying to establish across the pond aren’t as successful as they hoped…