Prince Harry Could Attend Major Royal Family Event with Son Archie, Meghan and Lilibet May Stay in the U.S.

Prince Harry may be attending a significant Royal Family event alongside his son, Prince Archie, according to a Royal commentator.

However, it is speculated that Meghan Markle and Princess Lilibet might choose to remain in the United States.

Earlier this year, despite being invited to King Charles’ coronation, the Duchess of Sussex stayed in California with Archie and Lilibet.

In May, Prince Harry attended the historic Royal Family event alone, without Meghan.

Royal commentator Angela Levin suggests that the Sussexes may adopt a similar approach for King Charles’ birthday celebration in November.

As the King turns 74, it is expected that the Sussexes will receive an invitation to join the festivities.

Levin further adds that there is a possibility of Harry bringing his eldest child, Archie, along to the event, stating, “He could go on his own and bring Archie with him.

He’s a big boy now, and he could see his cousins.”

Levin also emphasizes that Charles would want Harry and Meghan’s children to be present, highlighting the significance of their attendance.

Notably, Prince Archie celebrated his fourth birthday on the same day as King Charles’ coronation on May 6, 2023.

Prince William Faces Funding Dilemma for Archie and Lilibet, as well as Harry and Meghan

The potential return of the Sussexes to the Royal Family fold poses a funding predicament for Prince William regarding Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, as well as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle themselves.

The Prince of Wales currently receives £24 million annually from the Duchy of Cornwall and has a surplus that will gradually diminish as he supports the financial needs of Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

However, if Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were to reintegrate into the monarchy, this surplus could vanish.

Consequently, Prince William may be required to finance the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s duties, housing, schooling for Archie and Lilibet, and other associated expenses, potentially straining the future king’s financial resources.

Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams highlighted in a discussion on GB News in July that if Meghan and Harry were to resume their roles as working members of the monarchy, funding would come from the Duchy of Cornwall.

He acknowledged the need for young blood within the working royals, suggesting that financing should not be an issue.

However, he also expressed astonishment at the notion of Meghan and Harry effortlessly returning after all that has transpired.

Implications and Conclusion

The potential attendance of Prince Harry and his son, Archie, at a major Royal Family event raises questions about Meghan Markle and Princess Lilibet’s plans.

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