Prince Harry has been urged not to attend the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations which kick off in June.
- Prince Harry has been warned by royal experts to 'stay away' from the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
- The Duke of Sussex is reportedly been given a Platinum Jubilee honour (opens in new tab) but he is yet to officially confirm whether he will be attending his grandmother's June celebration.
- This royal news (opens in new tab) comes as the biggest hint Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could return to live in the UK (opens in new tab).
Prince Harry has been advised not to attend the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations this summer.
The Queen is celebrating her 70th year on the throne with a 4-day weekend bank holiday (opens in new tab) of events planned and members of the Firm (opens in new tab) are expected to join Her Majesty for the bumper celebrations including a concert at Buckingham Palace (opens in new tab).
But while Prince Harry's relationship between him and his brother Prince William and father Prince Charles is said to still be strained, his actual attendance hangs in the balance. Prince Harry and Meghan secretly met with the Queen (opens in new tab) ahead of the Invictus Games in Netherlands but it's not yet confirmed whether he will attend between June 2nd -5th June.
But Royal expert Richard Eden, who is Diary Expert at the Daily Mail has sent a warning to the Prince who stepped back (opens in new tab) as a senior working member of the Royal Family back in 2020 when he moved to LA (opens in new tab) with his wife Meghan Markle.
‘I really get the impression that Harry and Meghan are loving all the speculation about whether they’ll come for the Jubilee or not. What should be the wonderful celebrations of the Queen’s amazing long reign, instead it’s sort of become this saga or will-they-won’t-they-come? Who cares? Just stay away, honestly,’ he tells the Daily Mail's royal talk show Palace Confidential (opens in new tab).
"They want us to indulge in this speculation as long as possible," he claimed.
If Prince Harry decides not to attend after being warned to 'stay away', he could watch it at home instead (opens in new tab).
Prince Harry and Meghan's 'fall out' with the Royal Family was made public following their bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview (opens in new tab). And despite attempts to put security in place ahead of future visits to the UK with his family - son Archie, two, and daughter Lilibet Diana, 10 months, Prince Harry claimed he feared for his safety.
Will he or won't he attend? only time will tell...