Duchess Meghan + Prince Harry: They are looking forward to that after parental leave

News about the royals in the GALA ticker: Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry have big plans after their parental leave +++ Prince Harry should plan a visit to London – with a camera team in tow.

News about the royals in the GALA ticker

August 19, 2021

Duchess Meghan + Prince Harry: What they are planning after parental leave

At the moment, Prince Harry, 36, and Duchess Meghan, 39, are likely to have their hands full. After the birth of Archies, 2, little sister Lilibet in June 2021, the four of them have to groove their way into everyday family life. After their parental leave, however, the Sussex couple have big plans, as trusted reporter and co-author of Finding Freedom, Omid Scobie, has now revealed.

“They are a couple that work particularly well when interacting with people. They have to be on the scene,” Scobie told People. Although one of the main reasons they stepped out as senior royals to the British royal family was their lack of privacy, it seems like Harry and Meghan continue to seek the limelight in their adopted California home as well. “You seem to have arrived at a different place, and this place is much healthier,” Scobie explains this behavior and remembers: “As is well known, Meghan talked about that it is not enough to survive – we are now in the success chapter. “

The freshly baked two-time parents will soon be taking care of their big projects, such as Harry’s memoir and the mega-deal with Netflix. The couple recently set up a new team of ambitious, young employees for this purpose.

August 16, 2021

Insider talks about Prince Harry’s next trip to England – and it could anger the Royals

Prince Harry, 36, is said to be aiming for another visit to his homeland later this year. As an insider told “Express”, the Royal wants to travel to England in November. Not alone, however. “We assume that the Duke of Sussex will be accompanied by a small film crew,” says the anonymous source. It is said to be filming for Harry’s Netflix documentary about the Invictus Games. With the mini-documentary series, the Royal would like to give the public an insight into the hard work [zu] that is connected with the planning of these games. “The question that now stands in the room: What and, above all, where are the cameras allowed to run? Will Prince Harry offer a glimpse into the premises of the royal family?

Because in addition to filming, Duchess Meghan’s husband, 40, is said to have an appointment with his grandmother Queen Elizabeth, 95. For the Royal expert Russell Myers, this idea doesn’t seem so absurd. “Imagine he shows up with a camera team in front of Buckingham Palace. Will we see Harry again with a camera team in tow in front of the palace? You never know. Nothing is taboo with Harry,” said the expert in an interview with Christine Lampard. According to the informant’s knowledge, filming in Stanford Hall, an army rehabilitation center, has been planned so far. It is not known whether the camera team will also be shooting in Harry’s accommodation during his visit – Frogmore Cottage. Harry himself will appear in front of the camera and act as the producer of the series.

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Sources used: express.co.uk, dailymail.co.uk

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