Prince Harry claims he won’t be attending Queen Elizabeth’s birthday party

As the April 21 celebrations draw closer, the Royal Family are discussing whether the Duke of Sussex will return to England. “Very unlikely,” said one expert on the subject.

Cold winds are blowing between Queen Elizabeth II and her grandson Prince Harry.

Harry, who missed out on the memorial service for Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh last month due to “security concerns”, is said to not be attending Queen Elizabeth’s birthday on April 21 this time.

Very unlikely to be on the Queen’s birthday

Britain’s Sun newspaper wrote that while Prince Harry is in Europe that same week, it is “very unlikely” that he will visit the Queen during her 96th birthday celebrations.

The Duke of Sussex cites “no police protection” as the reason for not returning to England, but it is worth noting that he will be taking part in the sporting competitions, which take place in the Netherlands from April 16-22, with his wife Meghan Markle.

“It has split the family”

Royal expert Robert Johnson pointed to Harry’s tensions with the royal family, “The truth is that[der Besuch]very unlikely given the division he is causing in the family.” called.

Armed US guards are not allowed in the UK

Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, are believed to have armed protection in the US but will not be allowed to use it when they arrive in the UK.

The same royal expert suggested that this issue was “another excuse” not to return to the country.

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