Prince Harry may already have plans to return to the United Kingdom for Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. This is at least the understanding of a royal expert following the royal-born Prince’s recent interview.

Express UK said that Russell Myers shared some of his thoughts about the matter in a new episode of “Pod Save The Queen” podcast. He stated that from what he understood, the Duke of Sussex’s aides “are already making for him to come over.”

The expert continued that the Queen’s grandson had said it himself “he wanted to create an opportunity to get the issues sorted out,” which would allow his and Meghan Markle’s children to meet the British Monarch. But, as to whether his potential attendance at the Platinum Jubilee celebrations will be with the Duchess of Sussex and their two kids, this “remains to be seen.”

On the other hand, Russell Myers believes that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s attendance would be fitting for the former working royals’ “brand purpose.” He made the assertion in a previous episode of the same podcast.

The expert stated that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex “want to have that moment with the [British] Royal Family.” He explained that “it suits the brand” and “their purpose brand-wise to be seen with [Queen Elizabeth II], to be seen to still be royal.”

The statements came after Prince Harry sat down for an interview with NBC’s Hoda Kotb amid the Invictus Games. They talked about the royal-born Prince’s secret meeting with the British Monarch in the United Kingdom on his and Meghan Markle’s way to The Hague.

Apart from sharing details about the quality time with the Queen, he responded to the questions the interviewer had asked him, as well. With regard to his potential “plan to visit the United Kingdom” for the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, he revealed he does not know yet.

The Duke of Sussex, then, stated that there is “lots of things” to consider. These include “security issues, and everything else,” as well.

Even so, the former working royal noted that he is “trying to make it possible,” and that is to get his two children to meet Queen Elizabeth II.

Speaking to the Daily Mail’s “Palace Confidential,” however, Richard Eden warned Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to “stay away” from the upcoming celebrations, according to Good To Know. He even said that the two personalities are likely “loving all the speculations” about their attendance.

The royal expert, later on, claimed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex wanted the public to “indulge” everyone in the said speculation “as long as possible.”

Amid all the talks, though, the pair has yet to make official announcements or confirmations about the matter.