Circulating rumours suggest that the family would be visiting the UK soon, so Lilibet Diana had a chance to meet Queen Elizabeth II for the first time.
Amid the swirl of rumours is talk of Lilibet being christened in the UK, like Archie, which would provide a prime opportunity for their daughter to meet some of her royal relations.
An expert panel on the Daily Mail’s Palace Confidential show discussed a UK visit for Harry and Meghan to meet with the Queen in private.
One expert on the panel also claimed a meeting would help “keep up the royal connection” for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
However Princess Eugenie, a cousin of Prince Harry’s, may be the first royal that the family come into contact with on UK soil though.
Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s youngest daughter is currently living in Harry and Meghan’s former home Frogmore Cottage.
Eugenie, alongside her husband Jack Brooksbank and baby son August, are currently staying at the property formerly belonging to her cousin Harry.
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The historic Grade II listed home, which boasts four bedrooms and a nursery, forms part of the Crown Estate, the monarch’s public estate in Windsor.
Despite Harry and Meghan moving to California after Megxit last year, they are reportedly still close with Princess Eugenie
Harry and Eugenie’s long-prevailing bond is said to extend back to when they were children, and has grown stronger to date.
During the royal cousins’ childhood, Princess Diana and Sarah Ferguson were close friends who spent a lot of time together and often had their children tagging along together.
Both Diana and Fergie went on holiday together, bringing their children along so this may have also cemented the pair’s friendship.
Despite both being senior royals, both Harry and his cousin were seen frequenting the London club scene together and were reportedly regular attendees of popular London club, Mahiki together.