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Meghan Markle to Decide Whether Prince Harry and Kids Will Travel to the UK in May, Says Royal Commentator

Meghan Markle is reportedly in a pivotal position to determine whether Prince Harry and their children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, will make a journey to the UK in May. This decision comes at a significant time, as Prince Harry is preparing to celebrate a milestone – the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games, an event he founded and holds dear, in his native country.

The Invictus Games, an international adaptive sporting event for wounded, injured, and sick servicemen and women, both serving and veterans has been a key part of Prince Harry’s charitable endeavors. The upcoming anniversary is a momentous occasion, marking a decade of the Games’ profound impact on the lives of many.

But an expert has claimed that Meghan “could never be forced” to travel to the UK and will have the “final say” over Prince Harry’s decisions. Speaking with The Sun, royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said that if Meghan does not want to come, Harry cannot make her to set foot in the UK.

“Meghan has the say,” he said, adding, “If Meghan didn’t want to come she could never be forced to. “It would be extremely unlikely Harry would come over with the kids without Meghan,” the expert added.

Amidst the anticipation of this event, there’s growing speculation that Prince Harry is keen on bringing his young family along for the visit. This trip would not only be significant in terms of the Invictus Games but also present an opportunity for Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet to spend time with their grandfather, King Charles, who has been facing health challenges.

The uncertainty surrounding Meghan Markle’s attendance has sparked curiosity. As the Duchess of Sussex, her presence alongside Prince Harry would undoubtedly attract considerable attention and perhaps symbolize a gesture of unity and support within the royal family, especially during this challenging period.

The decision on whether the Sussex family will travel together to the UK is poised to be a crucial one, with implications for family relations and public perception. Meghan, known for her thoughtful approach to public and private matters, is likely weighing the various factors at play, including the significance of the Invictus Games anniversary, the family’s relationship with the royal family, and the desire to maintain a sense of normalcy for their children amidst their public lives.

As the royal family and fans of the Invictus Games await the Sussexes’ decision, the potential visit is seen as more than just a trip; it’s an opportunity for reconnection, celebration, and perhaps, a moment of solace for King Charles amidst his health battles. The coming weeks are sure to be watched with keen interest as the family navigates these decisions, reflecting the complexities and considerations of life in the public eye.

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