Queen Elizabeth health news – Massive boost for Her Maj 'as Prince Harry & Meghan plan incredible Jubilee surprise'

THE QUEEN could be set for a massive boost this year as Prince Harry and Meghan could plan an incredible 'Jubilee surprise'.

Her Majesty could meet Archie and Lilibet at the Jubilee as The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expected to attend the event at Buckingham Palace.

The US-based pair are poised to take up the invitation to join the Royal Family for the traditional RAF flypast as crowds watch from The Mall.

Sources suggest they may bring daughter Lilibet, ten months, for the first time alongside son, Archie, two.

Although nothing official has been announced there has been a lot of speculation among commenters that this could be the case.

Following the Queen's recent health, this would be a huge boost for Her Majesty to finally meet her great granddaughter, Lilibet, in person after months of waiting.

The news comes as Her Majesty prepares for her 96th birthday tomorrow.

According to reports, the Monarch will travel from her Windsor residence to the royal family's estate in Norfolk to mark her special day.

Read our Royal Family live blog below for the latest updates…

  • Louis Allwood

    Queen could meet Archie and Lilibet

    THE QUEEN could meet Archie and Lilibet at the Jubilee as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expected to attend the event at Buckingham Palace.

    The US-based pair are poised to take up the invitation to join the Royal Family for the traditional RAF flypast as crowds watch from The Mall.

    Sources suggest they may bring daughter Lilibet, ten months, for the first time alongside son, Archie, two.

    The news comes as Her Majesty prepares for her 96th birthday tomorrow.

    According to reports, the Monarch will travel from her Windsor residence to the royal family's estate in Norfolk to mark her special day.

    It is understood that she will be joined by other members of the family to celebrate her birthday over the weekend.

    And the Queen will stay at the Duke of Edinburgh's beloved former home where he retired in 2017, Wood Farm, reports the Mirror.

  • Louis Allwood

    Prince Harry breaks silence

    PRINCE Harry has broken his silence on his secret meeting with The Queen saying 'it was great to see' his 96-year-old grandmother during a quick stop-off at Windsor Castle.

    The Duke of Sussex also met his father Prince Charles, reportedly for just 15 minutes before arriving in Holland for the Invictus Games.  

    Harry said Her Majesty 'had plenty of messages for Team UK' ahead of the Invictus Games.

    He added he had passed these onto the team, telling the BBC: "So, it was great to see her and I'm sure she would love to be here if she could."

    The news comes as the couple could make a shock return for the Queen's Jubilee but according to reports they 'can't play any formal roles'.

    The Sussexes will however be "invited to join the Royal Family on the balcony" at the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, sources have claimed.

    The pair have been invited to attend the Queen's celebration of 70 years on the throne during a four-day party.

    But if they do show up, they can't play any formal roles, sources told the Telegraph.

  • Ije Teunissen-Oligboh

    The Queen will only confirm Jubilee events on the day

    It’s been reported the monarch’s mobility is reducing and she struggles to get around unaided.

    Buckingham Palace insist she intends to attend as many events as possible.

    The 96-year-old celebrates her Platinum Jubilee this year, marking 70 years on the throne; the longest for any monarch in British history.

    Reducing the number of events she will attend is one of the ways, the Queen is managing her reduced mobility as she reportedly doesn’t want to be seen in public in a wheelchair.

  • Ije Teunissen-Oligboh

    Harry is keen to mend bridges with William

    A Royal expert claimed Harry wants to use a mediator to help with his ‘very, very difficult’ relationship with William

    It was reported much of the Royal family were hurt by Harry and Meghan leaving the UK for the US, but mainly due to their interview with Oprah Winfrey last March.

    Vanity Fair’s Katie Nicholl revealed Prince Harry has “made it very clear he would like to sort things out with his brother.”

    Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, she said: “Their relationship is at a bit of a crossroads.”

  • Ije Teunissen-Oligboh

    William and Kate were warned against having more children

    Before having Prince Louis, the Cambridges were advised to use their platform to encourage smaller families.

    According to the Mirror, while on tour in Poland and Germany in 2017, the couple were handed a toy.

    George and Charlotte were four and two respectively at the time which led Kate to joke to Will: “We’ll just have to have more babies.”

    Having Kids, an organisation contacted the couple via open letter “respectfully” asking the Cambridges to “consider forgoing having a third child.”

    The executive director president, Anne Green Carter Dillard, said “the example the British Royal Family sets is extremely influential,” adding that they have the power to “make a sustainable small family.”

    Kate gave birth to Prince Louis in 2018.

  • Ije Teunissen-Oligboh

    Even the Invictus Games can't distract from Prince Andrew shame

    Many have taken to social media to praise Meghan and Harry but the difference in treatment of Prince Andrew continues to be mentioned.

    The Royal family continue to receive criticism for the treatment of Harry and Meghan, particularly when compared to that of Prince Andrew.

  • Ije Teunissen-Oligboh

    Harry and Meghan to join Queen at last Trooping the Colour

    Trooping the Colour has marked the reigning monarch’s official birthday for over 260 years.

    In recent years, the balcony at Buckingham Palace would contain the Queen, Prince Philip, their four children and their partners, their children and their partners and the monarch’s great-grandchildren.

    It’s reported that Prince Charles would change this when he ascends the throne. It’s thought that he would only have those in line to the throne i.e. the Cambridges and their children.

    The Queen, who turns 96 on Thursday, is therefore keen to have Meghan and Harry attend as it may well be the last one they can.

    The monarch’s mobility has also caused her to reduce official responsibilities she can carry out, so this may be her last Trooping the Colour.

  • Ije Teunissen-Oligboh

    Camilla had ’empathy with Diana’

    A journalist and royal biographer is expected to reveal the struggles which Camilla faced when “adjusting to royal life and Charles’ schedule”.

    Tina Brown is writing ‘The Palace Papers’, which is due for released later this month.

    Speaking on the latest episode of Royally US, about the book, hosts Christina Garibaldi and Christine Ross discussed how Camilla began to feel “empathy” for Diana, Princess of Wales.

    Ms Garibaldi said: “She [Tina Brown] talks about how Camilla actually had a hard time adjusting to royal life and Charles’ schedule”

    Quoting Tina Brown, she said: Punctuality had never been Camilla’s strong suit but Charles expected her to be ready for engagements at his own regimented pace”.

    “When she [Camilla] asked him where they were going he would snap ‘haven’t you read the brief?”

  • Ije Teunissen-Oligboh

    Golf buggies arrive at Windsor

    TWO more golf buggies have been delivered to Windsor Castle for The Queen, sparking health concerns.

    It comes after the Queen got one to help her move around the grounds. 

    Aides have been taking the monarch, 95, for spins in her private grounds — with her corgis next to her.

    The 43mph electric cart, dubbed the Queen Mobile, has been teed up to transport her around at her Berkshire home after months of medical woes.

    This follows news that the public must assume the Queen will not attend future events until confirmed by the Palace on the day, it is claimed.

    Her Majesty‘s presence at public engagements will be a bonus but not guaranteed under alleged new Palace plans following several health scares, including a brush with Covid.

  • Ije Teunissen-Oligboh

    Harry says ‘we cannot steal your future’ and vows to ‘make world a better place’

    Prince Harry told child reporters “we cannot steal your future” as he vowed to make the world a better place in a kids’ TV interview on Sunday.

    The Duke of Sussex, 37, told Netherlands’ Kindercorrespondent he will “never ever, ever rest” until he has “at least tried” to build a fairer world for his kids.

    Speaking on day two of the Invictus Games in The Hague, Netherlands, Harry said he wanted his daughter Lilibet, ten months, and son Archie, two, to grow up “in a fairer world, a safer world, a more equal world”.

    He told his interviewers, aged 11 and 12, “it’s not going to be easy” but “we cannot steal your future” as he knelt down for the chat.

    Asked what he wished for most for his children, the duke said: “It’s not going to be easy but I will never, ever, ever rest until I have as a parent at least tried to make the world a better place for them because it is our responsibility that the world is the way it is now.

    “I don’t think that we should be bringing children into the world unless we’re going to make that commitment to make it better for them. We cannot steal your future.”

  • Ije Teunissen-Oligboh

    Harry says there will always be a need for the Invictus Games

    Prince Harry said there will always be a need for the Invictus Games for sick and injured military personnel and veterans.

    He explained more nations are being invited to participate to offer them a chance to ‘heal’.

    Speaking to the BBC he said: “With the state of the world right now, there is always going to be a need for it.”

  • Ije Teunissen-Oligboh

    Andrew’s money woes are very different to the rest of ours

    Despite struggling financially, Andrew is staying put in his £1m-per-room property with indoor pool.

    Prince Andrew paid £12million out of court to settle the case brought against him by Virginia Giuffre after being accused of rape and other sexual offences.

    It’s thought most of the cash was put up by Prince Charles, 73, and his mother, the Queen, 95.

  • Ije Teunissen-Oligboh

    The Queen had a great Easter, I’ll have you know

    The reigning monarch spent her first Easter without Prince Philip in excellent company.

    The Queen caught COVID from Prince Charles earlier this year and though thought to have recovered, her mobility is not what it used to be as can be expected at 96-years-old.

    Choosing not to make a public appearance this Easter, many wondered what the Queen would be doing to celebrate.

    Queen Elizabeth II, who celebrates 70 years on the throne this year, spent her Easter weekend with her granddaughter Princess Beatrice and her family, including the Queen’s great-granddaughter Sienna.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Queen ‘locked herself away’ after Philip’s funeral

    THE Queen locked herself away and spoke to nobody after Prince Philip’s funeral, her closest aide revealed.

    Her Majesty returned to her private apartment in Windsor Castle, closed her sitting room door and was left alone, Angela Kelly said.

    She wrote: “I helped her off with her coat and hat and no words were spoken.

    “The Queen then walked to her sitting room, closed the door behind her, and she was alone with her own thoughts.”

    Details of the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral are revealed in Angela’s book The Other Side of the Coin, published next month and serialised in Hello! magazine today.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Harry and Meghan may return to Palace balcony for Jubilee for RAF fly-past

    HARRY and Meghan may stand alongside the Queen on the Buckingham Palace balcony for the RAF fly-past after being invited to her Platinum Jubilee, it was claimed yesterday.

    The couple met Charles, Camilla and the Queen for crunch talks at Windsor Castle last Thursday in their first face-to-face encounter in over two years.

    The Daily Telegraph claims the pair have been invited to attend the Queen's celebration in seven weeks' time. Sources said it was speculation. Buckingham Palace did not wish to comment.

    Harry has also spoken of his desire to "make the world a better place" for his children and said people "shouldn't bring children into the world" unless they are willing to improve it for them.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Harry reluctantly tries his hand at table tennis

    Harry, 37, whose every step was followed by a huge entourage from Archewell and Barack Obama's former bodyguard Christopher Sanchez, drew a massive crowd at the park in The Hague, Netherlands.

    He was reluctantly coaxed into playing table tennis with members of the German team.

    After losing a rally he joked: "I've got to warm up."

  • Joseph Gamp

    Inside Meghan & Harry’s £2,000 a night Hilton suite

    MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry’s luxurious hotel suite with its own private lift and extra rooms for all their entourage has been revealed.

    The Duke and Duchess are said to have stayed at the plush five-star Hilton Hotel in the Hague during the Invictus Games – where the Royal Suite costs nearly £2,000 a night.

    Harry, Meghan, and their entourage are said to have arrived at the swanky hotel ahead of their stint at the Invictus Games this week.

    And their bodyguard Christopher Sanchez also has a room booked at the hotel to keep near to the royal couple at all times, it’s been reported.

    The pair enjoyed the luxury 1,500sqft living space – fit with a king-size bed, breathtaking city views, and a private terrace.

    Meghan and Harry’s Royal Suite room is located at the top of the hotel, and even includes two rainforest showers and a meeting area.

    And at the end of their days at the Games, the Sussexes could relax and watch their 37-inch HD television

    Onlookers at the Hilton were said to be shocked to see the royal pair at the hotel this week.

    But staff at the luxury hotel were briefed about the Duke and Duchess’ stay before their arrival – and were sworn to secrecy.

  • Joseph Gamp

    The Queen will only confirm Jubilee events on the day

    It’s been reported the monarch’s mobility is reducing and she struggles to get around unaided.

    Buckingham Palace insist she intends to attend as many events as possible.

    The 96-year-old celebrates her Platinum Jubilee this year, marking 70 years on the throne; the longest for any monarch in British history.

    Reducing the number of events she will attend is one of the ways, the Queen is managing her reduced mobility as she reportedly doesn’t want to be seen in public in a wheelchair.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Harry is keen to mend bridges with William

    A Royal expert claimed Harry wants to use a mediator to help with his "very, very difficult" relationship with William.

    It was reported much of the Royal family were hurt by Harry and Meghan leaving the UK for the US, but mainly due to their interview with Oprah Winfrey last March.

    Vanity Fair’s Katie Nicholl revealed Prince Harry has “made it very clear he would like to sort things out with his brother.”

    Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, she said: “Their relationship is at a bit of a crossroads.”

  • Joseph Gamp

    The Queen will only confirm Jubilee events on the day

    It’s been reported the monarch’s mobility is reducing and she struggles to get around unaided.

    Buckingham Palace insists Her Majesty still aims to attend as many events as possible.

    The 96-year-old celebrates her Platinum Jubilee this year, marking 70 years on the throne; the longest for any monarch in British history.

    Reducing the number of events she will attend is one of the ways, the Queen is managing her reduced mobility as she reportedly doesn’t want to be seen in public in a wheelchair.

  • Joseph Gamp

    Harry says there will always be a need for the Invictus Games

    Prince Harry said there will always be a need for the Invictus Games for sick and injured military personnel and veterans.

    He explained more nations are being invited to participate to offer them a chance to ‘heal’.

    Speaking to the BBC he said: “With the state of the world right now, there is always going to be a need for it.”

  • Ije Teunissen-Oligboh

    Andrew's money woes are very different to the rest of ours

    Despite struggling financially, Andrew is staying put in his £1m-per-room property with indoor pool.

    Prince Andrew paid £12million out of court to settle the case brought against him by Virginia Giuffre after being accused of rape and other sexual offences.

    It's thought most of the cash was put up by Prince Charles, 73, and his mother, the Queen, 95.

  • Ije Teunissen-Oligboh

    The Queen will only confirm Jubilee events on the day

    It's been reported the monarch's mobility is reducing and she struggles to get around unaided.

    Buckingham Palace insist she intends to attend as many events as possible.

    The 96-year-old celebrates her Platinum Jubilee this year, marking 70 years on the throne; the longest for any monarch in British history.

    Reducing the number of events she will attend is one of the ways, the Queen is managing her reduced mobility as she reportedly doesn't want to be seen in public in a wheelchair.

  • Ije Teunissen-Oligboh

    Harry is keen to mend bridges with William

    A Royal expert claimed Harry wants to use a mediator to help with his 'very, very difficult' relationship with William

    It was reported much of the Royal family were hurt by Harry and Meghan leaving the UK for the US, but mainly due to their interview with Oprah Winfrey last March.

    Vanity Fair's Katie Nicholl revealed Prince Harry has "made it very clear he would like to sort things out with his brother."

    Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, she said: "Their relationship is at a bit of a crossroads."

  • Ije Teunissen-Oligboh

    The Queen had a great Easter, I'll have you know

    The reigning monarch spent her first Easter without Prince Philip in excellent company.

    The Queen caught COVID from Prince Charles earlier this year and though thought to have recovered, her mobility is not what it used to be as can be expected at 96-years-old.

    Choosing not to make a public appearance this Easter, many wondered what the Queen would be doing to celebrate.

    Queen Elizabeth II, who celebrates 70 years on the throne this year, spent her Easter weekend with her granddaughter Princess Beatrice and her family, including the Queen's great-granddaughter Sienna.

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