Harry and Meghan ‘will bring baby Archie to spend summer with the Queen’

Harry and Meghan will bring baby Archie over to the UK to see his great-grandmother the Queen this summer, it has been reported.

The visit will be baby Archie's first UK trip since his parents announced they will be stepping back as senior royals in January.

During their trip to the UK, they will go to stay at the Queen's Scottish estate in Balmoral, the Times reports.

But it is unclear when exactly the Sussexes will visit Balmoral.

Archie could also join his mum and dad at the trooping of the colour in June as well.

The Sussexes are also expected to spend time with Prince Charles and his wife Camilla .

The Queen is reportedly "very sad" at how little she sees Archie and "upset" that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have now moved to Canada.

One royal source claims the move has left the Queen fearing that she'll never see her great-grandson again.

Harry and Meghan’s final official engagement as senior royals came on Monday March 9 when they joined other members of the Royal Family at Westminster Abbey for the Commonwealth Day Service ahead of them officially stepping down on March 31.

Meghan flew back to Canada without Harry after reportedly breaking down in tears as she paid her final farewells to her and Harry’s staff at Buckingham Palace.

Baby Archie might have a "lonely" upbringing in Canada, according to a royal commentator who claimed it was sad he will not see much of his cousins.

  • Meghan Markle
  • Prince Charles
  • Prince Harry
  • Princess Diana
  • Queen
  • Royal Family
  • Westminster

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