Meghan, Harry and Archie to holiday with the Queen this summer

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As HELLO! reported previously, Meghan flew back to Canada on Monday, shortly after the couple attended the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey alongside the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, The Earl and Countess of Wessex, and the Queen.

Fitzwilliams believes the pair are "devoted to each other" and due to that, they won't look back towards the life they are leaving behind and will instead look forward earning "megabucks" as according to an insider, "Meghan is keenly looking forward to the opportunity to return to the celebrity world".

According to reports from both the Sunday Times and E!

Last September, Her Majesty was understood to be "disappointed" by her grandson's decision along with his wife to not visit Balmoral with their son who they felt was too young to travel.

And when the Sussexes returned for their United Kingdom farewell tour, they are thought to have left Archie in Canada wth his nanny and Meghan's best friend Jessica Mulroney.

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Meghan and Harry's son is only known to have met his cousins Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis at a polo match last July.

Earlier that summer, the then four-month-old had been taken to Ibiza, and to stay with Elton John in the south of France.

It is customary that members of the family head to Balmoral to visit The Queen and Prince Philip over the summer, spreading out their visits.

So far in 2020, Archie has remained on Vancouver Island in Canada, where the Sussexes spent Christmas and New Year.

But even with the strain it's caused Harry and Will's relationship, Harry and Meghan are feeling good about their choice to step down from the royal family. Harry and Meghan returned for Commonwealth Day and to carry out their last duties as senior royals, but without their son. The couple, who is making the official transition into post-royal life next month, appeared to be having a wonderful time with one another while arriving at the 4th Annual Endeavor Fund Awards in London on Thursday, March 5.

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