Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly invited by the Queen to attend the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expected to appear at family events, including the traditional balcony appearance upcoming summer, when they officially land on the UK grounds again.
The couple will however not be invited to any official events, owing to their non-working royal status. Events like these also include Trooping the Colour, the Telegraph reports.
“The moment on the balcony, for the traditional flypast on June 2, is expected to be a poignant one for the Queen as it will most likely mark the last time they will all appear together during her reign,” reports Daily Mail.
“Aides believe that the Sussexes’ presence would mean a lot to Her Majesty. However, they have warned it would have to be carefully managed and would involve a ‘leap of faith’ from all sides after a string of damaging claims from Harry and Meghan since ‘Megxit,'” it continues.
“A spokesperson for the Sussexes told the Telegraph on Monday that they were not in a position to discuss future travel plans,” adds the outlet.