Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are "keeping their diaries free" to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in the UK this year, an expert has predicted.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved to Los Angeles in the United States of America in 2020 after stepping down from the roles as senior working members of the Royal Family. Harry, 37, has returned to the UK on two occasions – for Prince Philip's funeral and Princess Diana's statue unveiling.
But, 40 year old Meghan is yet jet back to UK soil after moving to the US.
If they do make the visit, the couple may also be invited to the special banquet to celebrate the milestone event.
But, royal commentator Neil Sean has warned how Meghan and Harry's appearance could "take focus away from the Queen" as she marks 70 years on the throne.
Mr Sean said on his YouTube channel: "I'm sure that her gracious Majesty the Queen would have enough people helping to serve the teas and possibly clearing up at Windsor Great park, who knows.
"You can only imagine what on earth they [Harry and Meghan] could possibly offer.
"I don't mean that in a cruel way but you know it's going to be very difficult for Her Majesty the Queen and of course, His Royal Highness Prince Charles and Princess Anne.
"What could they offer?" Sean asked as he continued: "That would take away a lot of focus away from the Queen.
"What I'm suspecting is there will be some kind of banquet, perhaps low-key, that they possibly could get invited to.
"What we do know, however, is their diaries are remaining free."
The UK will have a four-day public holiday to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee this year. It is set to become the biggest royal event with a budget of between £10million to £15million.
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Celebrations will begin with the Trooping the Colour, which will be stages in full for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic.
A service of thanksgiving for the Queen's reign will then be held at St Paul's Cathedral on Saturday.
Sunday's celebrations will see serving troops and veterans take part in a march along The Mall in front of Buckingham Palace.
Speaking of the event Nicholas Coleridge, a co-chair of the pageant and chairman of the Victoria & Albert Museum, said: "It’s going to be the largest that’s ever put on, larger we think even than that that was put on for Queen Victoria.
"By the end of it, I hope we’re going to feel re-energised, highly patriotic and very much one nation as we all celebrate the Platinum Jubilee."
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