Even though Queen Elizabeth gave Prince Harry and Meghan Markle her blessing to split their time between the U.K. and Canada, she still misses them from time to time — especially her great-grandson Archie.

“Elizabeth has asked Harry and Meghan to return to the UK for the annual Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey — it’ll be one of their last royal engagements,” a royal insider tells Closer Weekly about the 93-year-old monarch and the latest royal baby, who was born in May 2019. “She’d love to see him again. And in spite of all the drama, she misses Harry too and doesn’t want him to feel alienated from the family.”

Queen Elizabeth

Although the queen wants Harry and Meghan to live their best life, she has been feeling stressed out lately — and even caught a cold. However, she has nothing to worry about because the Sussexes are having an amazing time in Canada. They’re even planning on celebrating Valentine’s Day there.

“Harry and Meghan are planning to have a low-key Valentines Day in Vancouver,” another source recently told Closer. “That doesn’t mean it won’t be special though. Meghan’s been giving Harry cooking lessons and he’s planning to put his culinary skills to the test by whipping up a pot roast dinner.”

Prince Harry and Meghan Duchess of Sussex visit to Africa - 24 Sep 2019

Harry is going all out too. “He’s even bought extra candles to create a romantic ambiance,” the source said. “Their kitchen is amazing and they’re certainly making the most of it.”

In Canada, the Sussex’s have been doing all sorts of things from peaceful walks outside to meeting their neighbors. They love the community so much that Meghan plans on sending Archie to nursery once he’s old enough.


“When Meghan was in London she talked about homeschooling Archie. She felt she had no choice because of the negative publicity surrounding the family,” a separate insider revealed to Closer. “But now they’ve moved to Canada, they’re planning to send Archie to nursery once he’s old enough. Meghan thinks it’s important for her little boy to interact with other kids.”