Meghan Markle and Prince Harry reportedly want an invite from Queen Elizabeth II. This comes as her annual visit to Balmoral fast approaches.

Express UK reported that Neil Sean made the speculations on his own YouTube channel. 

The publication quoted the expert, saying, “even though [Prince] Harry and Meghan [Markle] did not manage to get that endorsement that they could allegedly need in order to make sure that their brand stays on track across the United States of America, they are hoping for a holiday invite.”

It is not explained, though, how the commentator arrived at his conclusions. But, he pointed out earlier that “there could be good news on the horizon” because of the well-known summer stay of the British Monarch in Scotland.

Sean reportedly explained that Queen Elizabeth II “likes to holiday up in one of her favorites homes,” which is in Balmoral. He noted that people “go over there” and they are “completely cut off from the world” as it makes them “relax and think good thoughts.”

The expert continued that it is already “the time of the year where [the Queen] likes to invite” British Royal Family members to “spend time with her.” He argued, however, that “they do not all come at once” as “they all come when they are invited at segregated times.”

The royal commentator’s assertions come weeks after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle joined the rest of the British Royal Family to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. The pair, along with their two children, flew to the United Kingdom as a family for the first since relocating to the United States.

Vanity Fair said that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex landed in London on the evening of June 1. Apart from their two kids, it was reported that they arrived with a “small team of staffers.”

The former working royals were at the Queen’s official birthday parade, alongside other members of the British Royal Family. They did not, however, make a balcony appearance during the event.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry also attended the Service of Thanksgiving at St. Paul’s Cathedral the following day. But, they flew back to the U.S. hours before the days-long celebration concluded on June 5.

Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth II’s last Balmoral stay is in 2021. She continued her annual summer holiday in the Scottish highlands, a move she has done for years.

Town & Country reported that it marked the British Monarch’s first summer at Balmoral since the passing of Prince Philip.