Even though Prince Harry lives far away from the U.K., he doesn't want to be left out from future family events.
On June 2, Buckingham Palace announced that the 95-year-old matriarch will have a huge celebration in 2022.
“Harry wants to be there. It is already causing a headache and is going to be very awkward," an insider said, The Sun reported. “Where will they be positioned if they turn up? What events can they attend? Will we put them on the Buckingham Palace balcony for the flypast?"
The source added, “This is a celebration for the Queen’s 70 years of service to the nation and should not be overshadowed. There are now so many questions about what to do with Harry and Meghan.”
The palace announced the exciting news and revealed what activities will take place next year. "In 2022, Her Majesty The Queen will become the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee, seventy years of service, having acceded to the throne on 6th February 1952 when Her Majesty was 25 years old," the press release, which was obtained by The Royal Observer, reads.
The message continues, "There will be year-long Platinum Jubilee celebrations throughout the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth and around the world as communities and people come together to celebrate The Queen’s historic reign. Throughout the year, Her Majesty and Members of the Royal Family will travel around the country to undertake a variety of engagements to mark this historic occasion culminating with the focal point of the Platinum Jubilee Weekend in June — one year from today."
"An extended bank holiday, from Thursday 2nd to Sunday 5th June, will provide an opportunity for communities and people throughout the United Kingdom to come together to celebrate the historic milestone. The four days of celebrations will include public events and community activities, as well as national moments of reflection on The Queen’s 70 years of service," the statement concludes.
Meanwhile, Harry has been airing out his family's dirty laundry lately, which has been upsetting to the Queen.
"The damage really has been long term," royal expert Katie Nicholl said during her appearance on the British documentary Harry and Meghan: Two Troubled Years. "I think they went in knowing it was going to be very difficult for the Royal Family to have any sort of comeback."