Harry, Meghan and children will feel they missed out on Jubilee opportunity

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may feel they “missed out on a huge opportunity’ during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations as a royal expert believes their children may question their lack of involvement.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are currently in the UK with their children, Archie and Lilibet, but the couple have not been given a prominent role on their return.

Harry and Meghan left their working wolves with the Royal Family and therefore saw them not on the iconic Buckingham Palace balcony but only seen in the background after being snapped in the windows.

The couple were also seated away from senior royals during the National Service of Thanksgiving for the Queen at St Paul’s Cathedral.

The Jubilee celebrations are a landmark occasion for all royals and one royal expert believes the Sussexes will look back feeling they have “missed out”.

Kinsey Schofield, founder of To Di For Daily and the To Di For Daily podcast, feels that Harry and Meghan’s actions will cause their children to question why they were not involved and feel “disappointed by it''.

She also thinks that Archie and Lilibet may question in the future why Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis were “front and centre” while they were “hidden in the shadows”.

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Speaking to the Daily Star, Kinsey said: “I believe that one day Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and perhaps their children will feel like they missed out on a huge opportunity.

“The children will one day have access to information about this historic event and they will see their lack of presence and might disagree with it or be disappointed by it. Why were their cousins front and centre and they were hidden in the shadows? They are within the line of succession. People do love and celebrate royal babies. They have earned their place within the mix.”

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Kinsey also believes that Harry and Meghan already have “regrets” about some of their previous interviews but feel that The Firm have not forgotten.

She added: “I believe Harry and Meghan are already having regrets about their behaviour. The bitter couple that appeared on the Oprah interview would not have shown up for Jubilee. But senior members of the Royal Family are not quick to forget.”

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More than 30 members of the Royal Family attended BBC’s Platinum Party at the Palace yesterday (June 4) but the Duke and Duchess of Sussex decided not to attend.

A spokesperson for the couple said they were spending the day privately to celebrate the first birthday of their daughter Lilibet.

The couple also did not attend the Guildhall reception following the service at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday (June 3).

Kinsey is author of R is for Revenge Dress published by Post Hill Press and Simon & Schuster – out November 15, 2022.

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