A statement from the Royal Family says that she will be visiting the UK in the “near future”. Well, of course she will, as British royalty always do, but I suppose its not exactly news as the royal family always visit and are often photographed with their beloved babies at birth. I guess the idea is that she can meet the British royal family when she arrives and give them a “thank you”.
The royal baby with the Prince of Wales and his wife, Kate
Prince Harry with his wife MeghanThe Royal Mother with her husband and family
A young Princess Anne. Photo: AP, 2014. Prince Harry has said he wanted to spend time with his wife, who is 11, and their daughter, now 2, while they are working on their own royal projects. The prince, 34, said he would prefer to spend time with his wife as she is “tremendously proud of her parents”. He also said that she had been “very clear” that she wanted to have a bigger role in parenting. His mother’s parents, Princess Anne, 57, and Philip, 54, have made a family history of spending a lot of time with the royals. Their first great-aunt was also Princess Anne’s grandfather and Duke of Kent, Catherine, was their father’s maternal grandmother. The Duke and Duchess met their late grandparents, Princess Alice of Germany and Crown Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. It is said that Catherine, the Duchess of Kent, did say, “Prince Albert might have something I can teach him” in German when she first met him in 1926. Her maternal grandmother was Queen Victoria and even Prince Royce came in for a fond kiss with her grandparents after receiving a special visit from Queen Victoria.
Prince Harry’s Mother is Mother Theresa
It’s not too hard to imagine that the Queen herself and her daughter would like a royal visit! So, who will actually take part that will give the crown to the Prince of Wales, who will take a seat next to the queen on one side and the Prince of Wales on the other? The British press reports that, The Queen has asked, whether they will even meet Prince Harry’s mother, Queen Elizabeth Beatrice. The queen is apparently “very pleased” that all of her ancestors, from Duke of Kent, to Empress of India and Queen Victoria, are all here in the UK. But theycouldn’tquite get a response. Of course, they could also get to meet the newly christened royal baby and, since the Queen will not be here this time, why not have a brief reunion with her own mother, who is currently on holiday in France with Prince William. Perhaps not as a dignified individual, but as a humble one who is now free from the pressures of being pregnant, and so she can focus on the tasks of raising her children. We’ll just have to wait and see who she chooses.