Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will appear together for the first time since the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations.
The Sussexes, who maintained a low profile while visiting the UK last month, are traveling from their home in Montecito to New York for a very special occasion.
It is unknown if they will take their two kids, 3-year-old Archie and 1-year-old Lilibet, on the trip.
However, next week’s visit will be all about Prince Harry because of a speech he will give to the UN.
On July 18, also known as Nelson Mandela Day, Harry will deliver the keynote address at the UN General Assembly’s informal meeting. It is anticipated that he will decide to concentrate on the effects of global hunger and climate change.
In September 2021, Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, attended the UN General Assembly, but they chose not to participate in the speeches.
It happens after the couple and their young son Archie were pictured enjoying the Fourth of July parade in Wyoming. They took a weekend trip with some friends from their lovely home in Santa Barbara to Jackson Hole.
A bystander posted some images to Facebook with the caption: “Funny story, we are in Jackson Hole WY at their Fourth of July parade. The large, intimidating man twice informed us that he had reserved seats for a family.
She continued, very sarcastically: “I thought, well, it must be the royal family. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry arrive with young Archie after a brief delay.
“The bodyguard was the big guy. Harry and Archie are adorable, and Meghan is stunning, she continued.
The family hasn’t been seen much since they moved to the US, but it’s clear they’re having fun and slowly getting to know the neighboring states.