Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will fly next Sunday, September 4, to the United Kingdom. This trip comes months after they attended Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will travel to Europe in the midst of the controversy generated by the last interview Meghan gave to The Cut magazine and the publication of her podcast, called Archetypes.
What will Harry and Meghan do in the UK?
The Sussex will be in Manchester on September 5 to attend the One Young World Summit, an event that brings together young people from more than 190 countries. According to the newspaper ‘Daily Mail’, the couple has confirmed three events, two in England and one in Germany and will be around six days in Europe.
After the event in Manchester, Meghan and Harry will travel to Germany to participate in an event related to the Invictus Games. The Sussexes will then return to the UK to attend the Well Child Awards gala on September 8, where Harry will deliver a speech.
At the moment, it has not been confirmed whether Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will visit Queen Elizabeth II at Balmoral. It should also be noted that the Sussexes will be staying just five minutes from the new Cambridge residence.
The last time Meghan and Harry visited the UK they kept a low profile and spent most of their time at Frogmore Cottage. This time, the visit comes at a time when Meghan has had great media exposure for her opinions against the royal family in her new podcast and in her most recent interview where she compared herself to Nelson Mandela, an opinion that brought her criticism from the grandson of the former South African president.
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