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An upcoming trip to the UK for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle should include spending time with the royals, in order to repair their rocky relationship, according to a royal expert.
The Sussexes will be leaving their California home to make the trip to the UK for the One Young World Summit, in Manchester, an event which brings together young leaders from more than 190 countries who then travel to Germany for the Invictus Games Dusseldorf 2023.
It will be their first visit back to the UK since the Queen's Jubilee celebrations where the couple cut a low-profile status.
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According to royal expert Ingrid Seward, who is editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, told Daily Mirror how important it is for Harry and Meghan to ease tension with the fellow royals.
Ingrid said: "Harry and Meghan’s September trip to the UK and Europe will have been carefully planned.
"With Frogmore Cottage as their home base, they can bring three-year-old Archie and one-year-old Lilibet with them without too much problem.
"The working schedule the Sussexes have announced is not too taxing and includes visits to Manchester for the One Young World Summit and Dusseldorf in Germany for a prelude to next year's Invictus Games and then back to London for the Well Child Awards."
She added: "None of this is difficult and if they are sensible, leave space for important family matters.
"Finding time to see Harry’s grandmother the Queen whether it be at Balmoral or Windsor Castle is important. She might be 96 and be suffering from mobility problems, but she is still in charge.
"There is no way the Sussexes would want to upset her and making the effort to travel to Scotland if the Queen is still in residence, would go down well."
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Ingrid added that Harry must maintain a good relationship with his father Prince Charles, and with Harry's memoir expected to be released by the end of the year, managing the peace with his relatives is of paramount importance.
She said: "With the prospect of his controversial autobiography appearing at the end of the year and causing all kinds of family discord, Harry needs to make peace with as many people as he can, while he can.
"Whether or not that includes his brother Prince William is the question we all want answered. We may have to wait some time."
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