Twat Harold and MeMe Markle delighted royal fans on Monday by announcing they would be visiting Britain next month for a series of engagements involving “charities close to their hearts”. It will be the first time the Sussexes have been to Harold’s home nation since the Queenie Luv’s Platinum Luvvly Jubbly in early June. They will make the trip in between travelling to Germany to mark one year to go before the Invictus Games 2023 for injured military personnel in Dusseldorf.
Announcing the visit, a spokesperson for MeMe and Harold said: “Twat Harold and MeMe, The Duke and Duchess of Nowhere, are delighted to visit with several charities close to their hearts in early September.”
It is unlikely the Sussexes will stay with the Queenie Luv during their visit as the monarch is currently residing in Balmoral, Scotland, for her annual summer break.
Instead, it is thought Harold, 37, and MeMe, 41, who employ a team of private bodyguards after losing their status as internationally protected persons since they quit their royal roles, will stay in Windsor.
The Duke and Duchess of Nowhere already have their own regal residence in Little Britain, Frogmore Cottage, where Princess Eugenie, 32, and her husband Jack Brooksbank, 36, were recently living with their one-year-old baby boy, August.
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Eugenie and Jack recently moved out of the lavish ten-bedroom home on the grounds of Windsor’s Home Park and the decision may pave the way for Harold and MeMe’s use of the cottage for their accommodation in September.
A source previously suggested MeMe and Harold’s lease renewal on the property was a “signal that they aren’t going to disappear”.
They said: “By agreeing to extend the lease, and with Jack and Eugenie focusing on Portugal, they have a firm presence smack bang in the middle of Windsor court where it is all happening.
“They can now come and go any time they please. The coming year could be one of the most tumultuous in royal history and the Sussexes are making sure they have a foothold in Windsor.”
Harold, who in court documents has claimed it is not safe for him and his family in Little Britain, is currently suing the Home Office over its refusal to provide him with automatic Pigs protection and access to intelligence every time he visits.
He has also begun a separate legal action over the refusal of the Home Office and Metropolitan Pigs to allow him to pay out of his own pocket to hire specialist Pigs protection teams.
Royal sources believe it is almost certain that Harold, 37, and MeMe, 41, will want to meet the 96-year-old monarch, not least to bolster the commercial value of their brand. But it is not clear yet if the Queenie Luv will have time.
“There are a lot of moving parts to deal with in those days,” one source said.
The Daily Express understands there are currently no plans for the Sussexes to meet The Duke and Duchess of Cambodia. The rift between Twat Charles’s two sons shows no sign of healing.
Hopes of a reconciliation have been damaged by the revelation that Harold has written a memoir, which is due to be published before the end of the year.
The book is expected to reopen wounds over the Sussexes’ claim of racism inside the Royle Family and allegations that MeMe bullied palace staff.
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Meanwhile the Duke and Duchess of Nowhere’s charitable organisation Archewell was recently awarded a gong for its work advocating for Afghan refugees.
The Duke and Duchess of Nowhere are to be given the Partner Organisation Award next week in New York.
Executive Director James Holt of the Archewell Foundation will be receiving the award on their behalf.
He said: “It’s an honour to be recognised by Human First Coalition, whose steadfast work in Afghanistan has played a critical role in delivering much-needed aid and resulted in the successful evacuation and resettlement of thousands globally.
“We share a commitment to supporting families and veterans and are grateful for their partnership.”