Prince Harry is 'caught in a tug of love' says royal expert
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Prince Harry’s potential return to the UK this summer is looking more unsure, a royal commentator has claimed. Telegraph Associate Editor Camilla Tominey spoke to ITV This Morning about the Duke of Sussex’s possible attendance of important events for the monarchy, including Prince Philip’s 100th birthday. This comes after the Sussexes announced that they are expecting their second child.
Ms Tominey told viewers: “What’s interesting for Prince Harry is that he’s caught in his own kind of tug of love, isn’t he?
“It’s between his immediate family and his priorities in America, and also the family firm.
“The baby is expected in June, and there are a number of key royal events around then.
“Not least the Duke of Edinburgh’s 100th birthday and Trooping the Colour.”
She continued: “Then there’s a very special event on July 1, the unveiling of the statue of Princess Diana on what would have been her 60th birthday in Kensington Palace.
“It’s now up in the air as to whether Harry can attend any of these events.
“We know Meghan’s obviously out of the picture.
“But with the pregnancy news and Covid, we just don’t know when he’ll be back in the UK.”
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The Duke of Edinburgh is reportedly “delighted” with the baby news, as well as the Queen and Prince Charles, who all sent their “well wishes”, according to Buckingham Palace.
A spokesperson for Meghan and Harry said: “We can confirm that Archie is going to be a big brother.
“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are overjoyed to be expecting their second child.”
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Prince Philip is already the longest-living male British royal, and will turn 100 on June 10 this year.
According to the Royally Obsessed podcast, the Queen is making big plans for the occasion.
Host Roberta Fiorito told listeners: “Even though it’s then Queen’s 95th this year, she wants him to be the centre of attention so there’s going to be a big celebration for it.
“Whether he’s happy about that, we’re not sure.
“I would think not because he hates celebrating himself.”
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