Queen Elizabeth II has asked Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to return to the United Kingdom to attend the annual Commonwealth Service with the rest of the royals at Westminster Abbey in March.
Government representatives of the 53 member nations will gather at Westminster Abbey for the one-hour event on the afternoon of March 9 and the Queen requested that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex be present.
A heavily pregnant Meghan Markle attended last year’s Commonwealth Service with Prince Harry. This year, Harry and Meghan will fly from Canada to attend, the Sunday Times reports.
The Queen’s invitation will see the couple press pause on their new private lifestyle in Canada.
On Thursday night, Harry and Meghan were keynote speakers at a star-studded JP Morgan conference which wealth experts believe could have netted them up to $1million.
Friends have disclosed that the Queen is “remarkably relaxed” and “unfazed” by Harry and Meghan’s money-making ventures.