You'll Always Be Welcomed Back: Queen Tells Harry Ahead Of Royal Exit

You'll Always Be Welcomed Back: Queen Tells Harry Ahead Of Royal Exit

You'll Always Be Welcomed Back: Queen Tells Harry Ahead Of Royal Exit

Her Majesty, 93, told Harry that he was "much loved and will always be welcomed back".

Harry went to see her for Sunday lunch so they could speak together - away from other members of staff and courtiers. The pair talked grandmother to grandson, according to the source.

Royal fans are well aware that Queen Elizabeth requested Prince Harry to return to England with his son and wife Meghan Markle as the Queen wishes to attend the Commonwealth Service with her entire family. In particular, the Queen made a decision to strip them of their royal titles altogether and impose a ban on their use of the word "royal" in any of their personal branding-effectively pushing Meghan and Harry further away than ever.

It is the first time they will be together with the royals since their shock Megxit announcement in January - and is expected to be their final formal duty listed before their independent life officially starts on April 1.

This change of plans has been "disappointing" for the Queen.

The Queen spent the weekend at Windsor Castle, and Prince Harry has been staying at his home at Frogmore Cottage on the Windsor Estate.

"While there is not any jurisdiction by The Monarchy or Cabinet Office over the use of the word "Royal" overseas, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not intend to use "Sussex Royal" or any iteration of the word "Royal" in any territory (either within the United Kingdom or otherwise) when the transition occurs Spring 2020", the couple wrote, adding that their "digital channels" will be updated this spring "as they introduce the next exciting phase to you". It's been a difficult number of weeks since, as senior royal officials have had to make hard choices regarding Meghan and Harry's future once they moved to Canada.

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