Prince Harry is unlikely to bring Meghan Markle and kids to the UK, says royal expert.

Next month, Prince Harry will travel back to the UK, but it's unlikely that his wife Meghan Markle will go with him.  

On Friday, April 26, during Hello!'s "A Right Royal Podcast," Hannah Furness, Royal Editor at The Telegraph, stated. 

"There is quite a heavy narrative that Meghan and the children won't be coming back until they can resolve this security issue to their liking." "However, Harry will undoubtedly come and go."

On May 8, Harry, 39, is scheduled to attend a church service at London's St. Paul's Cathedral commemorating the tenth anniversary of the Invictus Games. 

It is not anticipated that Meghan will accompany him, nor will their two kids, Prince Archie, 4, and Princess Lilibet, 2.  

Since attending the One Young World meeting in Manchester in September 2022, Harry and Meghan, 42, have not visited the UK together.  

At the time, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were supposed to attend the WellChild Awards; however, on September 8, that year, Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, passed away. 

The pair stayed longer so they could go to Westminster Abbey for her funeral.  

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