Published: Tue, February 11, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Queen summons Harry and Meghan back to the United Kingdom for Commonwealth Service

Queen summons Harry and Meghan back to the United Kingdom for Commonwealth Service

With their recent freedom, Harry and Meghan have readily adapted to the new lifestyle.

The couple made the statement last month that they meant to resign from their responsibilities as mature members of the royal household and divide his time between North America and the UK. It is unlikely for Prince William and Prince Harry to get into such a heated argument and for an alleged palace insider to hear them fighting. Meghan may be on the same coast as her mother, but the two still have to flee to see Doria when they want to spend time with her.

It is speculated that Harry and Meghan will be able to make tens of thousands if not millions of dollars off of public speaking engagements once their status as non-senior royals takes effect this spring. However, it was all a secret as the Sussexes covertly stepped out for an exclusive event in South Beach, Miami. They have since begun to transition into their new non-royal life.

Harry reportedly made a speech to the wealthy crowd, where he talked about his new life with Meghan.

Per The Sunday Times, "The queen has asked Harry and Meghan to join the rest of the royal family for the Commonwealth service at Westminster Abbey on March 9".

Meghan reportedly spoke at the event about how much she loves her husband.

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It wouldn't be unusual for Harry and Markle to attend the church service, as they have attended the event together since before the duchess even married into the family in 2018.

A Buckingham Palace spokeswoman said: "I can confirm reports the Sussexes attended a JP Morgan gathering in Miami yesterday, where the Duke spoke".

Another report said that Meghan "feels free" and has "never been happier to be out of London".

If Prince Harry and Meghan Markle decide to return to the U.K for Commonwealth Day, it will be the family's first visit back since January.

We exclusively revealed the couple made their first public appearance since quitting the British royal family at the swanky summit in Miami, attended by a host of high rollers including Patriots owner Bob Kraft and billionaire philanthropist Robert Frederick Smith.

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