Editor of Majesty magazine Ingrid Seward appeared on GB News and was asked by host Nigel Farage if she believes the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will return to the UK for the Queen’s jubilee next year. Many royal commentators have speculated as to whether Harry and Meghan will return to the UK with each giving their own take on events. Ms Seward believes they will return to the UK, adding they need to if they want to keep royal fans in America happy.
Speaking on GB News, Ms Seward was asked whether she thinks Prince Harry and Meghan will return to the UK for the jubilee.
She told the programme: “I think they will because I think they need to.
“In order to keep this incredible magic persona they appear to have in America they need to be seen hobnobbing with the Royal Family.”
Mr Farage believed the “magic persona” Ms Seward mentioned would not last long in America.
The royal editor added the American audience was split on the Sussexes and said those who disliked or loved the Sussexes would never meet in the middle.
Royal commentators have shared their guesses on whether Harry and Meghan would attend the jubilee.
Sunday Times Royal Editor Roya Nikkhah told the Royal Beat podcast she predicts Harry and Meghan will be involved in the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in February 2022.
However, she claims the Sussexes may only be featured in a limited fashion to not draw attention away from the Queen.
He said on the Pod Save The Queen podcast: “The fact [Harry’s book] is going to be released in late 2022, could it torpedo the whole Platinum Jubilee celebrations? Is he going to be invited back?
“What happens with these books is some of it gets trailed, some of it gets leaked. I have seen a royal author today tweet that she has been told by a well-informed source that it will focus an awful lot on Diana, and her death and who he blames for her death.
“This is dragging out and raking over a lot of old coals. I don’t think William will be necessarily happy about that because they have often said that they will do one interview about their mother’s death and her legacy and that will be it.”
The jubilee is set for June 3, 2022, with the Government announcing an extra bank holiday to mark the occasion.