Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry will visit the UK after the coronavirus pandemic is over to restart their charity work.
- Once travel restrictions are lifted between America and the UK, the Sussexes will return for a charity visit.
- Meghan and Harry are now permanently residing in Santa Barbara, California, after buying their first family home.
- This follows royal news that a big change has been announced for future King Prince Charles.
When will Duchess Meghan and Harry visit the UK?
Omid Scobie, co-author of new tell-all on the Sussex royals Finding Freedom, has explained how the couple are keen to return for their charity work.
He said that the couple would “love to get out there and be active in the field”.
American citizens are currently banned from travelling to the UK due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Omid Scobie added: “Harry and Meghan have made it clear that their work in the UK, including their royal patronages, will continue.
“While their base will be in the US, I think once travel restrictions ease we will see them moving around again and undertaking trips to the UK, both privately and professionally."
But while Meghan and Harry are keen to return to the UK, Omid doesn't think we will ever see them return as working royals.
“The UK will always be important to them, but I don’t think we’ll ever see that happen again as working royals,” he said.
Duchess Meghan decided to keep her four patronages, including two given to her by The Queen, after she left the Royal Family in March.
The former Duchess still works with the Association of Commonwealth Universities, the Mayhew, the National Theatre in London and Smart Works in the UK.
Harry has also continued his work with Senteable, a charity he helped found in 2006.
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