Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are looking forward to returning to the UK next year and reuniting with the Royal Family after a difficult few months, royal experts have claimed.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex officially stepped down as senior royal at the end of March. It came after widely-reported rumours of rifts between the younger members of the Royal Family.
But many of their charity endeavours and plans were brought to a grinding halt with the coronavirus pandemic, which also made travelling near-impossible.
Omid Scobie, co-author of Finding Freedom, has said previously that the couple are planning to spend an extended period in the UK next year.
The Sussexes are likely to attend Trooping the Colour in June and at the unveiling of the Princess Diana statue in July.
And fellow royal commentators Roberta Fiorito and Rachel Bowie believe the couple are excited at a possible return.
Speaking on their royal podcast Royally Obsessed, Rachel said: “All this just makes me feel that everything’s going to be alright, everyone’s going to reunite.
“They’ve had this bump in the road but it’s kind of forced the issue. They’ve had these tough conversations but they’re going to do the original plan, where they’re splitting time.”
Roberta added: “All these things that you feel like you had to push and put on hold, Harry and Meghan are so excited to go back and that really makes me feel good to know these plans they’re making to spend a lot of time over there.”
Her co-host continued by saying that the couple’s split from the Royal Family was “never meant to be this cut off, this unexpected”.
After Meghan and Harry stepped down, the Queen revealed she will review “Megxit” after a year and could welcome the pair back into The Firm if they so desire.
But Omid has previously said on his HeirPod podcast that the monarch will welcome the Sussexes back even after this 12-month “probation” period.
It comes after news broke the royal duo have signed a huge Netflix deal to kickstart their Hollywood career.
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