Prince Charles has reportedly offered his home to his estranged son Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, in a bid to meet his new granddaughter.
The couple’s second child, named Lilibet after the Queen, was born in June in the US and is yet to meet any members of Harry’s family.
In light of this, Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, are thought to have been toying with the idea of visiting the UK in the not-so-distant future.
With this in mind, Prince Charles has offered them his home as a place to stay, but the Queen’s biographer Angela Levin thinks it’s unlikely they’ll accept.
“Of course when you are married your partner has a say in it all and I don't believe Meghan ever wants to come back here,” she told The Sun.
"She would find it very difficult to stay with Prince Charles and the Duchess [of Cornwall] because I think she would be quite awkward about it all.”
Angela added: “I think Charles is very brave, very honourable and it should really be Harry that apologises to him and try to get back in his good books but I think this looks as though it's the other way round.”
Charles’ offer comes after Harry has been looking into guaranteeing security for him, Meghan and their children if they return to the UK.
The pair lost their taxpayer-funded police protection when they stepped down from their Royal duties in March 2020.
Some believe their security issues are being used as an excuse to not come to England, but royal expert Duncan Larcombe thinks otherwise.
He told OK!: “It's the biggest sign that he plans to bring the whole family to visit the UK.
“If this wasn't a pressing issue, he wouldn't be trying to push it through with immediate effect.”
Duncan continued: “This isn't Harry pushing for police protection on the off chance that they all come to Britain, this is clearly part of a plan that they have now to return, not necessarily permanently, but for the first time since they left as a family."
As well as a chance for the Royals to meet baby Lilibet, Harry and Meghan are thought to be looking at visiting the UK to celebrate the Queen’s jubilee.
Celebrations in early June will begin with the Trooping the Colour, which will be stages in full for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic.
A service of thanksgiving for the Queen's reign will then be held at St Paul's Cathedral on the Saturday.
The rest of the country will be celebrating with the monarch, as England’s getting an extra bank holiday and will be treated to a four-day weekend between Thursday 2 and Sunday 4 June 2022.
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