Will Meghan Markle and Prince Harry make an appearance at the Queen's Jubilee this year? The event will take place in early June, and it's unclear if the two will make the trip overseas, but expert Neil Sean believes the two will be invited in some way.
"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 and you can only imagine what on earth they could possibly offer," the expert said. "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? That would take away a lot of focus away from the Queen," he continued. "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."
Since Harry, 37, will be at the Invictus Games in late May, it would make sense if he wanted to hop over to the U.K.
"I think that that’s probably a fair bet to say that we may see them in the springtime next year," royal guru Russell Myers shared on the "Pod Save the Queen" podcast. "But who knows?"
Royal expert Marlene Koenig believes it would be great if Meghan, 40, and Harry bring their tots, Archie, 2, and Lilibet, 6 months, along for the ride.
"I think it would just send a good message. Forget about the previous comments and statements that have been said. This would be the Queen saying, 'You are my family.' And I think that would be very important," she explained to The Express. "I would think that it would be the perfect olive branch for the Queen to say, 'I want you there.'"