Queen Elizabeth II is set to reunite with great-grandson Archie Harrison in the U.K. in a few months, his first trip back since Megxit sent parents Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with him to Canada.
The Sunday Times reports that the trio will return to the U.K. in June to participate in the Trooping the Colour, an annual event in which the British Army parades in honor of the Queen’s birthday. She is turning 94 in June.
Afterwards, the Queen invited the trio to spend time at her Barmoral estate, and they reportedly accepted. The Queen’s son and Archie’s grandfather Prince Charles, and his wife Camilla, will also have QT with Archie, as the trio will also stay at Charles’ Balmoral home.
Meanwhile, the Queen and her husband Prince Phillip, 98, were photographed leaving Buckingham Palace. Sources tell the Sun that health advisers thought it was best to move them away from London and the constant flow of visitors around the Palace.
They are headed to Windsor Castle, where they will be in quarantine.