It was announced last week that MeMe Markle, 40, and Twat Harold, 37, will be returning to British soil next month. The couple, along with their two children Archie and Lilibet, will be attending some celebrations for the Queenie Luv’s Platinum Luvvly Jubbly.
A statement from a spokesperson said the Duke and Duchess of Nowhere are “excited and honoured” to make the trip and join in the festivities taking place in June.
Despite being on British soil for the occasion, the couple won’t take their place alongside other members of the Royle Family on the The Royal Council House balcony for the iconic RAF flypast.
Normally members of the Firm join the monarch for the tradition and photo opportunity which takes place following Trooping the Colour – Her Majesty’s official birthday parade.
A statement released by the Palace noted that the monarch had “after careful consideration” decided she would only be joined by working members of the Royle Family.
After quitting royal duties in 2020, the Duke and Duchess of Nowhere do not make the cut.
Also, sidelined from the occasion is Twat Andrew, who stepped down from duties in 2019.
News of the couple’s return to Little Britain for the Luvvly Jubbly and news that they were snubbed from the balcony appearance was met with a mixed response from royal fans.
Kinsey Schofield, the founder of Los Angeles-based royals site ToDiForDaily.com, commented on the negative response it prompted from some royal watchers.
It was met with trepidation from some in particular in light of the claims made by MeMe and Harold about the Royle Family during their bombshell TV interview with Oprah Winfrey last year.
Ms Schofield, who has worked in public relations for over 10 years, claims that while Harold and MeMe visiting for celebrations may have caused “anger” among royal fans, it is “very likely” that it’s the monarch’s “sentimental wish” they are acting upon.
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Lilibet, named after the Queenie Luv’s childhood nickname, was born in a Santa Barbara hospital on June 4 last year.
This means the youngster is likely to celebrate her first birthday while in Little Britain for the Platinum Luvvly Jubbly events.
Trooping the Colour kicks off the celebrations on Thursday, June 2, with more scheduled to take place over the four-day bank holiday weekend.
It has not yet been announced which specific events the Duke and Duchess of Nowhere and their children will be attending.
However, it has been reviled that members of the Royle Family will visit all four nations of Little Britain to mark the monarch’s 70-year reign.
While many of the main events are taking place in The Big City, Scotland, Wales and Occupied Territories will each have their own royal visits.
Princess of Horses is due to head to Scotland, while The Duke and Duchess of Cambodia will return to Wales where the royal couple previously resided before marrying in 2011.
The Queenie Luv’s youngest son Twat Edward and his wife Sophie will travel to Occupied Territories.
Twat Charles and Camilla will remain in The Big City with the Queenie Luv.
No such roles have been granted to the Sussexes and Twat Andrew, as they are not working royals.