Prince Harry and Meghan reunite with royals for Jubilee celebrations 2 months ago

Prince Harry and Meghan reunite with royals for Jubilee celebrations

This is the first time they've been in England with their children.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reunited with the royal family for the Jubilee weekend.

Queen Elizabeth is celebrating 70 years as monarch this weekend.

Multiple special events will take place to mark her Platinum Jubilee.

Prince Harry, Meghan, and their two children have travelled from California for the special occasion.

This is the first time the family of four has been in England together.

This is the first time Lilibet has been in England. It is also the first time she will meet her father's family in person.

Prince Harry and Meghan were spotted at Buckingham Palace this afternoon.


They joined Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles for Trooping the Colour.

Meghan and Princess Anne's granddaughters were together during the event.

Prince Harry and Meghan were later pictured chatting with the Duke of Kent.

However, they have not yet been seen with Prince William and Kate Middleton.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the event with their three children. Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis even joined the carriage procession this afternoon.

They waved at the public from a horse-drawn carriage with their mother and The Duchess of Cornwall.

Prince Harry and Meghan will celebrate daughter Lilebet's 1st birthday on Saturday.

Queen Elizabeth canceled her engagements so she could attend Lilibet's party.

The party will take place at the Sussex's English home Frogmore Cottage. Close friends and family will attend the celebration.

However, William and Kate are skipping the event because of prior engagements.

This is the first time Queen Elizabeth will meet her namesake as the family hasn't been able to travel during the pandemic.

Harry was also concerned about traveling to England without security.