The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who live in the United States after leaving their royal duties, will travel to Britain and Germany next month to visit a number of charities. Royal commentator Natalie Oliveri said the trip was “remarkably like a mini royal tour”.
However, Ms Oliveri insisted that Harry and Meghan “will do it in their own way and on their own terms”.
Writing for 9Honey, the royal commentator said: “It’s a bold attempt at a return to royal life, with their short visit looking remarkably like a mini royal tour.
“Only this time the wayward royals are doing it their way and on their own terms.”
Ms Oliveri added that the Sussexes have “got exactly what they want” after their 2020 “half and half” Megxit plan was rejected.
She said: ‘They once asked the Queen for a ‘half-in, half-out’ approach to royal life when they launched plans to step back from official duties, a request which was quickly dismissed by the monarch.
“But now it looks like Prince Harry and Meghan have exactly what they want: the prestige that comes with being royals and the freedom to do it their own way.”
Ms Oliveri’s comments come as Harry and Meghan travel to the UK and Germany in September to support “several charities close to their hearts”.
The couple will travel to Manchester for the One Young World Summit, an event that brings together young leaders from over 190 countries, on September 5.
Meghan, an adviser to the organization, will deliver the keynote address at the opening ceremony.
They will also meet a group of summit delegates doing “remarkable work on gender equality,” One Young World said.
The Sussexes will travel to Germany for the Invictus Games Dusseldorf 2023 One Year to Go event on September 6.
They will then return to the UK for the WellChild Awards in London on September 8 where Harry will deliver a speech.
A spokesperson for the couple said: “Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are delighted to visit several charities close to their hearts in early September.”
It is the first time the Sussexes have visited Britain since the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June.
It comes as the Royal Family prepares for Harry’s tell-all memoir due out later this year.
It also comes amid the Duke’s legal battle with the Home Office over police protection for his family while in the UK.
Harry and Meghan live in California with their two children Archie and Lilibet after leaving the royal family in March 2020.