How the delay in Meghan Markle’s trial will affect the Queen

A judge granted Meghan Markle’s request to postpone their privacy lawsuit against Associated Newspapers, and while this is good news for Royal, it could be Impact Queen Elizabeth.

The trial was due to begin on January 11th and should have personally signed the Duchess of Sussex to attend, meaning that she and Prince Harry would have returned to the UK for the first time since leaving the royal family.

This means that Harry will not be able to visit his family in person as hoped.

It was believed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would travel from the US to the UK with their son Archie for Christmas and New Years before the trial began, to give them time to self-isolate for 14 days.

Meghan and Her Majesty are opening the new Mersey Gateway Bridge on June 14, 2018.
It was hoped that Harry and Meghan would return to the UK for the festive season. (Getty)

Royal reporter Ingrid Seward hoped Meghan and Harry could see the Queen and 99-year-old Prince Philip, who are in fragile health.

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“The Queen and Philip would be very sad if they didn’t see Archie,” she told Express UK. “I think it would be up to Harry to make sure they see Archie and I think Meghan will push for it.

“You must because of Prince Philip’s weakness.

The Queen, Harry and Meghan pose for a group photo at the Queen's Young Leaders awards ceremony at Buckingham Palace, London.
The couple were out of the UK in part due to the coronavirus pandemic. (AP / AAP)

“Meghan will make sure that they bring Archie to her grandparents, absolutely safe, but only not on Christmas Day.”

The reason for Meghan’s request to postpone the trial was not given, although some speculate that she is expecting her second child.

Prince Philip, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle leave the Christmas service together.
Prince Philip, 99, is in poor health. (PA Pictures via Getty Images)

Archie is now 17 months old and Meghan will celebrate her 40th birthday on August 2, 2021.

The Duke and Duchess used their time in the United States wisely to buy a home in California and set up their new Archewell Foundation.

They have also signed a lucrative production contract with Netflix and focused on their mission to improve the social media user experience through their work with TIME100.

Queen Elizabeth II. In pictures

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