Prince Harry to celebrate his 40th birthday with Royal family despite rift

Prince Harry to commemorate his 40th birthday with Royal household despite differences

Prince Harry will celebrate his 40th birthday with his dear wife Meghan Markle, and their children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, along with some members of the Royal family. According to royal authority Tom Quinn, the Duke of Sussex might invite his cousins, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie to mark his significant day. However, situations could become difficult for him as he would never host Prince Andrew at his residence and this would strain his relationship with Beatrice and Eugenie. “If any of the key participants of the Royal Family are part of Harry’s 40th birthday festivities, it will be Beatrice and Eugenie, but this poses a dilemma for Harry,” he informed The Mirror. “He would like to have his cousins, but he will set a boundary at Prince Andrew and that disappoints Beatrice and Eugenie who are loyal to their father and eager to see him reintegrated in some capacity. “Harry needs all the allies he can get but there are limits,” the specialist continued before discussing how Harry’s close connection could be a cause of concern for Prince William and Kate Middleton. He went on: “For William and Kate, an alliance between Harry and Meghan and Beatrice and Eugenie is a significant worry. They feel that Beatrice and Eugenie think that, as near outcasts themselves, they share more similarities with Harry and Meghan than with any other segment of the family.” “Although Harry and Meghan have minimal compassion for Prince Andrew, they’ve maintained regular communication with Beatrice and Eugenie who have always been exempt from any connections with Meghan’s resentful, acrimonious period in the UK,” he added.

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