Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Will Reportedly Travel to the U.S. with Their New Baby
Get ready royal fans, because we're about to make your whole day.
Everyone's favorite American-British royal, Meghan Markle, is returning to the U.S. for an official visit with her husband Prince Harry to spread "Markle sparkle" across the country. Vanity Fair reports that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are heading stateside in fall 2019, and they'll be bringing Baby Sussex along with them.
Of course, the U.S. is hardly foreign to either of them. Markle was born in Los Angeles, Calif., and later went on to study at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill. Harry has made plenty of trips to the States too, most recently in 2016, when he came for the Invictus Games in Orlando, Fla. While abroad, he hung out with Michelle Obama, George H.W. and Barbara Bush, Morgan Freeman, and James Blunt, among others.
There's no word yet on who Meghan and Harry will be seeing this time, though there's certainly interest around one particular family member. As far as we know, it seems Prince Harry has yet to meet Meghan Markle's controversial dad, Thomas Markle. Though the elder Markle lives in Mexico, if the family can manage to move past the drama, it wouldn't be unreasonable for Meghan and Harry to turn their U.S. tour into a North American tour to see him — especially since VF reports that Canada is also on the couple's itinerary.
Still, with all the fuss surrounding Thomas, the royals could steer clear. Just a few months back, Meghan's half-sister Samantha said she'd blame Meghan if their dad dies.
Perhaps not the best foundation for a family reunion.