On Monday, Prince Harry, 37, and Meghan, 41, announced they would journey back to the UK next month. It will be their second visit to UK soil this year, after they made the trip for the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations in June.
They will visit the UK and Germany to support “several charities close to their hearts”, the couple’s spokesperson said.
The Duke and Duchess will first attend the One Young World Summit on September 5 in Manchester.
Afterwards, the couple jets over to Dusseldorf for an event marking one year until the next Invictus Games competition, founded by Prince Harry.
They will then return to the UK for the WellChild Awards on September 8, of which Prince Harry is a patron.
Attending the London awards ceremony, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be in close proximity to the working members of the Royal Family.
When they crossed the pond, the Duke and Duchess opted to stay at their home at Frogmore Cottage, on the grounds of Windsor.
Should they pick the same accommodation for their second UK visit this year, the couple will be just minutes away from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Prince William, Kate, and their three children are set to relocate from their London base at Kensington Palace to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor before the schools restart for the year.
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Ingrid Seward, Editor of Majesty Magazine, told the Sun: “I don’t think they would bump into one another unless it was pre-arranged.
“I suppose one could go round with some flowers as a peace offering, but remember what happened last time.”
Ms Seward referred with this comment to claims that Meghan tossed away flowers brought by Kate following a spat over bridesmaid dresses before her wedding to Prince Harry.
However, it is thought the couple will make the effort to see the Queen, who is scheduled to travel from Balmoral to London for the swearing in of Boris Johnson’s replacement as Prime Minister.
Professor Pauline MacLaran said the couple’s visit did not necessarily show any kind of rapprochement with the Firm, but that it will have sentimental value for the Duke.
She told Express.co.uk: “I think the announcement of their intended visits to the UK and Germany will certainly make for much speculation as to how much they will interact with other members of the Royal Family while they are here.
“I think there’s little hint of rapprochement at this stage.”
She added that the couple are “likely to want to visit the Queen” for two reasons.
Professor MacLaran explained this will be “not only because she’s Harry’s grandmother and has maintained affectionate ties with him, but also to assert themselves in this respect”.