“The ban on traveling to the United States is no longer an excuse”
Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, have not ventured together in the UK since leaving the country to live in the pond last year.
But now, after the birth of his daughter Lilibet in June, royal author Adam Helliker said the offspring returning to Harry’s home country are “essential to family unity.”
Helliker told Sun, “I think it’s essential for the family unit that the whole family comes because, to put it bluntly, the queen gets older and they won’t come back too often.
“I think Harry will feel particularly guilty if he doesn’t see the great-grandchildren he hasn’t seen much of – or the great-granddaughter who hasn’t seen anything.
“I think if they try to fix things, and we all hope they work to increase what’s left of the unity between them and the family, I think it’s critical that they start planning a trip for early December.
“Obviously, I doubt they want to restrict them by spending some Christmas in Sandringham, but maybe a trip before Christmas in mid – December to greet the family.
“For Harry, those family ties (until she encouraged him to break them) were really important.”
He said the two sides will “fight for reconciliation” following the aftermath of their interview with Oprah.
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