Now that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been living in California for a year, it's unclear if they will jump across the pond again anytime soon.
“We have to wait and see. … Harry, I’m sure he thinks he’ll be there for the [Platinum Jubilee],” he continued. “But you’ve got to remember that within months, he’s going to have a book coming out. … It’s gonna be quite awkward.”
While it's been rumored that Harry, 37, wants to be at the Queen's big bash, Jobson noted that the event should center on her “70 years of continued service of dedication and duty."
“The focus should not be on whether Megan’s happy or not, or whether Harry is looking the wrong way from his brother, [Prince William]. … The queen deserves more than that," he shared.
The pair are no longer senior members of the royal family, and in March, they chatted with Oprah Winfrey about what the palace was really like.
Following the interview, the 95-year-old responded to the allegations.
“The whole family is saddened to learn the full extent of how challenging the last few years have been for Harry and Meghan. The issues raised, particularly that of race, are concerning. While some recollections may vary, they are taken very seriously and will be addressed by the family privately,” the statement said.
Since then, the two have made headlines, as they are working on projects with Spotify and Netflix.
The duo recently visited New York City, where they spoke about getting vaccinated amid the pandemic — but one expert pointed out that their move was a little hypocritical.
"It’s nonsense," expert Angela Levin fumed. "They wanted to leave the royal family because they didn’t want to be doing engagements there. And here they are, not so long after, doing pseudo-royal engagements. They want to build up a woke alternative royal family, and get this one gone."