Duchess Meghan (40) and Prince Harry (37) will travel to Great Britain at the end of this week together with their two children Archie (3) and Lilibet (will be one on June 4th) to attend the 70th throne jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. 96) to be there. For Meghan, it’s the first time she’s stepped back on the entire royal family with her kids after they moved to the United States.

Royal expert and author Duncan Larcombe tells Britain’s OK! that Meghan will be very “nervous” before her trip, but her children will certainly be a “good distraction”. “It’s going to be all about the kids,” he insists, adding, “It’s probably incredibly nerve-wracking for Meghan. I can imagine that for some reason she’s dreading going back.”

The expert even goes a step further and explains: “I could imagine that Meghan will cling to her children as a kind of protective wall, because nobody would dare to address problematic issues in front of them.”

Larcombe also assumes that Meghan and Harry are only traveling to Great Britain because of the Queen. “They certainly don’t fly to visit William (39), Kate (40) or Prince Charles (73). I think that they will spend as little time as possible with them,” emphasizes the author. But they will definitely spend time with the Queen, says Duncan, because Harry probably promised his grandma that they would finally introduce her to little Lilibet.

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