Prince Harry aims to make 'frequent visits' to UK with Archie, Lilibet

The Duke of Sussex expressed his desire to reunite with royal family since King Charles's cancer diagnosis

By Web Desk
March 06, 2024
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Prince Harry would love to make frequent visits to the UK with his children Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, claims a PR expert.

Since Cancer Charles's cancer diagnosis, the Duke of Sussex seemingly expressed his desire to reunite with the royal family and put aside the difference in the hour of their need.


Moreover, there are reports that the former working royal alongside his wife Meghan Markle will make a short London trip to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games in May.

Amid the speculations of Harry and Meghan's return to the UK, Lynn Carratt told The Mirror that the California-based couple "will not move back to full-time or even to a part-time capacity."

However, the PR guru believes that the former working royal would like to grow his children's relationship" with his ailing father.

She added, "Prince Harry has previously spoken about ensuring his children know about their British heritage and wants to ensure they understand their legacy."

The journalist further shared that now the Montecito couple's children are all grown up, it would be easier to travel with them.

"I am certain Archie and Lilibet will be making more frequent visits to the UK," Lynn said.