Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Bring Archie to See the Queen

Photo: (Photo : Reuters/Toby Melville)

Queen Elizabeth II has invited Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, and baby Archie to spend quality time with her this summer. She is glad that they approved, according to The Sunday Times. Prince Charles, the eldest son of the Queen, and Lady Camilla would be joining Meghan and Harry at Birkhall, Charles' retreat house at the Balmoral estate. 

Every year the Queen is visited by the other members of the royal family in her country estate for a specified period. Last year, when the couple failed to visit the Queen, there was a lot of stir as the 93-year-old Queen was saddened and disappointed. 

Meghan and Harry Brings Archie to See the Queen
(Photo : Reuters/Toby Melville)
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will be bringing baby Archie this summer to visit the Queen.

Archie Visits Balmoral Castle

The visit will be Archie's first travel to Balmoral Castle in Scotland since he was born. When Prince Harry and Meghan visited the U.K. earlier this month for the Commonwealth Service in Westminster Abbey, Archie was left in Canada due to the ongoing novel coronavirus outbreak, according to the Telegraph reporter Bryony Gordon

Archie was left with his nanny and his parents' friends. However, the couple made sure to stay in touch with their little one through FaceTime every day. Their decision to leave the infant behind has caused distress to both the Queen and Prince Philip, who worry that they may never get to see their great-grandson again. 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be bringing Archie back to London in June to join the royal family in celebrating the belated birthday of the Queen. They will also be attending the Trooping the Colour parade. 

The visit would be Meghan and Archie's first visit to the Balmoral castle as the couple turned down the 93-year-old monarch's invitation to the Scottish Highlands getaway last September. 

Queen Holds Meghan and Harry Dear to Her Heart

Although the 10-month-old's parents decided to live a "financially independent" life in North America upon leaving their roles as part of royalty, the Queen still assures that they hold dear in their hearts. "That stuff runs deep. There is an element of working things through." their friends shared. 

Even if the former actress and British prince have left their royal duties, Queen Elizabeth still invited them for a church service in Windsor as a sign of support for them during their recent trip to the U.K. 

The Sussex couple has been enjoying living a quiet life in the scenic Vancouver Island in Canada since the "Megxit" earlier this year, but they may also spend some time in Los Angeles, Meghan's hometown. 

"This is what Meghan and Harry have always wanted - to create their own life," said a royal insider. "It's got to feel like an immense relief to get out of the U.K. and go down their path." 

Early last year, the couple left Kensington Palace and moved to Frogmore Cottage at Windsor Castle for privacy even before baby Archie was born.

According to one source, Meghan and Harry love living their life in Canada, but they are also looking at houses in L.A. too. They might have houses in both places.

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