Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may return for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee next year in a bid to ‘keep the brand alive’, according to an expert.
Royal expert Ian Lloyd claimed that he would be “surprised” if they failed to make an appearance.
He added that their association with the Queen, as well as Harry's relationship with Princess Diana, is the "only reason" they have maintained this heightened level of fame.
Speaking to the Express, the royal photographer and biographer said: "I would be surprised if they didn't appear next year for the Jubilee, and that's because their brand relies on the fact that they are associated with the Royal Family.
"As much as they appear to fight against it and go off in their own direction to do things, the only reason that they are getting the fame they have at the moment is because Harry is the grandson of Elizabeth II and his mother was Princess of Wales, Diana, who everybody in America adored.
"The association with the Royal Family is vital so I think they would probably want to come to be associated with them, just to keep their brand alive."
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Ever since the pair resigned from their Royal duties and moved across the pond to LA, Meghan has not returned to the UK.
Harry on the other hand has visited his family briefly on two occasions. Once for the funeral of Prince Philip in April and the unveiling of Princess Diana's statue in July.
Since stepping down from the monarchy, the Sussexes have established their Archewell Foundation and have embarked upon careers as humanitarian activists and public figures.
Now that they are independent figures, they have become increasingly outspoken about the media, whilst Meghan has entered the political sphere with a new campaign for a national parental paid leave policy.
The 95-year-old monarch is set to celebrate her 70 years on the throne with a four-day Bank Holiday planned for next June.
It has not yet been made clear if the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will return to participate in the celebrations.
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