Now that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have officially wrapped up their last engagements as senior members of the royal family, the couple is able to settle into their new life in Canada. However, it looks like we could be getting a royal family reunion earlier than we thought.
According to several news outlets including The Sunday Times, the couple and their son Archie have reportedly accepted an invitation to travel back to the U.K. in the summer to spend some time with Queen Elizabeth during the royal family’s annual vacation to her Scottish estate, Balmoral Castle in Aberdeenshire.
Every year, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip retire to their summer home at Balmoral Castle for some well-earned rest and relaxation from August to September. There, the 93-year-old queen is free to decompress from stately matters with horseback rides and pastoral jaunts. But there’s one royal tradition she continues to observe while on summer vacay: going to church.
Last year, the new parents turned down the monarch’s invitation to her Scottish Highlands getaway, which means this visit would mark the duchess’s and baby Archie’s first-ever trip to the estate.