POLL: Should Harry and Meghan be invited to Queen’s death anniversary gathering?

Queen was ‘very much at peace at Balmoral’ says Phillips

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly not been invited to the Royal Family’s commemorations to mark the first anniversary of the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to have been left off the guest list despite being in Europe to visit Dusseldorf in Germany and open the Invictus Games a day later.

Insiders told The Sun there has been no contact from senior ­royals with the couple, who has been based in the US since stepping down from the Firm. A source told the publication: “There hasn’t been any outreach to them.”

King Charles and Queen Camilla are expected to mark the anniversary on September 8 at Balmoral with family.

A source said of the snub: “If they are not included in any of those plans they will find a way to mark the significance in their own way.”

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The King is set to continue his late mother’s long-standing tradition of spending the summer in Scotland, with a break of a few weeks planned from August 21.

He is expected to be joined by several family members including Prince William, Kate, Princess of Wales and their three children.

The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh and their two teenage children will also be among the guests invited. Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson are also set to join the King at Balmoral.

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The Sussexes have a strained relationship with the Royal Family and are “not expected” to join the King at Balmoral, a royal expert has claimed.

Royal expert Robert Jobson said: “[Harry and Meghan] have been given an ‘open invite’ to join family gatherings by the Palace, but no personal olive branch has been extended by the King for the summer getaway.”

A royal spokesman has said there will be no official public event to mark the anniversary, with the King expected to spend September 9, which is also his Accession Day “quietly and privately”.

The late Queen traditionally marked her own Accession Day and the death of her father King George VI at Sandringham.

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