It’s official: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will be leaving the royal household on April 1. That’s just a month away, which is why fans of the Sussexes are wondering when will they see the couple back on the United Kingdom again – after all, it may take a while to see them once they move away.
The good news is that they will be back to attend royal duties, including on Feb. 28 where he will visit Jon Bon Jovi during a recording session.
This isn’t just because the Duke is a big fan of the musician, it’s also because the hitmaker and the Invictus Games Choir will record Unbroken for the foundation, which holds the annual Invictus Games – this year, it will happen in The Hague, Netherlands.
The royal family, including their first bundle of joy Archie Harrison, will appear on March 5 at the Endeavor Fund Awards, which marks their first appearance after the parents announced that they were abandoning their senior roles. They have been staying in Canada as they wait for the steam to cool down.
On March 6, the 35-year-old will meet with Lewis Hamilton, a famous Formula One driver, to open the Silverstone Experience museum that is all about motor racing in Great Britain.
On the following day, Prince Harry and his wife will attend the Mountbatten Music Festival, an event to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the conclusion of the Second World War.
Coincidentally, this is also the 80th anniversary of Britain’s Commando formation. On March 8, the former Suits actress will celebrate International Women’s Day with details still undisclosed.
The Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry will join the rest of the royal family for Commonwealth Day engagements.
Despite the couple departing from the influential clan on the last day of March, Prince Harry will remain to be a patron of the London Marathon and will take part in the April 26 event.
He and Meghan will also attend the Invictus Games in May – this may be because it has a special meaning for the two, who first appeared as a couple in the 2017 sports event.
Earlier this year, Meghan and Prince Harry announced that they would be stepping back from royal engagements and that they would be dividing their time between the UK and North America.
This came years after the Sussexes suffered brutal bashing from tabloids and although the powerful clan is known for being stiff upper lip in these kinds of drama, the couple may have found this too much to handle.