In June, Elizabeth II will celebrate her platinum jubilee. As reported by the BBC, on this occasion, an important concert will be organized on June 4, date of Lilibet Diana’s birthday… A hopeful coincidence for the return of Meghan, Harry and their children in England?
If Elizabeth II had the pleasure to meet little Archie, it is not the same for his little sister, Lilibet Diana, born eight months ago. With important tensions within the royal family placed on a background of health crisis, the Sussexes had not yet had the pleasure to present their blonde head to her great-grandmother. During her end-of-year speech last December, Her Majesty had a special thought for her absent relatives, including little Lilibet Diana. But the Queen’s wish to meet her descendants could well be fulfilled during her platinum jubilee…
As reported by the BBC on February 24, the Queen will give a special concert at her Buckingham Palace residence as part of her platinum jubilee celebrations. More precisely, the event will take place on June 4, which is the birthday of Lilibet Diana. On the program of this musical interlude: performances by international pop-rock stars or the presence on stage of opera singers accompanied by the rhythm of a large orchestra. A moment of sharing and fun that could well lead to a possible first meeting between the two members of the royal family.
The thorny issue of security for the Sussexes
One problem still remains in Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s trip to the United Kingdom for the highly anticipated jubilee. Stripped of their royal rights when they left for the United States, the couple lost their right to benefit from the security services of Queen Elizabeth II, a real brake on their potential arrival. “Harry has his heart set on returning to the UK to see the Queen with Meghan, Archie and Lilibet, but that will only happen if the government takes the appropriate steps to protect his family,” a person close to the royal family told Us on January 31.
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