Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been advised to be cautious over the timing of when they will have their daughter Lilibet meet her great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II.
According to PR expert Kinsey Schofield, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex should introduce their great-grandchild outside of an “established celebration” like the Queen’s upcoming Platinum Jubilee.
She added that it would “be in everyone’s best interest” that the meeting would be a “specific and private trip” between the two justifying it that it would not distract from the celebrations.
She told Express.co.uk: “I think a specific and private trip to meet the Queen vs.
infringing on an established celebration like the Jubilee would be in everyone’s best interest.”
“The trip would not distract from the Queen’s efforts and there would likely be less of a safety concern.”
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Prince Harry has spoken about the difficulties of working life this week. He admitted that he can feel burned out by his schedule, said he still has “hard days” but is “schooled by the universe”.
During a chat with US company BetterUp, he added that he wants to see bosses give employees time to build their “mental fitness”. Harry continued: “Some days are great, some days are really hard.
I’m always kicking myself – ‘If you’d have done this, which you know works for you, you wouldn’t be in this state now.’