Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are reuniting with Queen Elizabeth II in June.
The Sussexes are planning to return for the royals' Trooping the Colour parade.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are officially heading back to England for the first time since their history-making move to the United States. Like, not this very second, but they've made their plans.
The Duke and Duchess are reportedly planning to travel back across the pond to celebrate the Queen's 95th birthday with the rest of the royal family in June. The Sunday Times was the first to drop the news, confirming Meghan and Harry will attend the Trooping the Colour parade since it's both an official and a family occasion.
This news comes amid reports that Prince Harry and Prince William have officially mended fences after their endless "royal feud," and have been in touch with each other despite their physical distance.
“There were phone and video calls over the Christmas and New Year holiday and the Sussexes sent presents to the Cambridges and vice versa,” royal reporter Katie Nicholl recently told Entertainment Tonight. “It was an opportunity in an otherwise very busy and chaotic year for both of the families to come together and connect, albeit virtually.”
She also added, "Things are a lot better between William and Harry. If you go back a year at this stage, these brothers were barely on talking terms.”
It's unclear what 2021's Trooping the Colour will look like (probably scaled back due to COVID-19 safety concerns), but it seems fair to expect a public reunion of the fab four. Body language experts, mark your cals!
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