Prince Harry is finding it difficult to swallow the royals’ role in the second row, an expert claims

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are back in the UK with the other members of the Company for the first time since leaving for the United States, struggling with their lesser roles

Harry, with wife Meghan at St Paul's, didn't look impressed ahead of the service
Harry, with wife Meghan at St Paul’s, didn’t look impressed ahead of the service

According to an expert, Prince Harry is finding life in his family hard to swallow as the “second row queen”.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are in the UK for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

Far from the return of heroes they may have hoped for, the Los Angeles-based couple have been kept on the sidelines and away from Princes Charles and William.

During Saturday’s Thanksgiving service at St. Paul’s Cathedral, Harry was not seen looking impressed as he was seated far from the older family members.

Royal expert Ingrid Seward said they had to get used to doing things on “the Queen’s terms”.

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William and Harry didn’t sit together

she said The sun : “Becoming a ‘second tier royal’ is hard for Harry to swallow…as he entered the cathedral with his stylish wife Meghan at his side, he looked sated.

“The Queen obviously loves Harry and Meghan… It’s the olive branch she always offers as a true Christian. She did it for Diana. She did it for Fergie… she did it for her son, the Duke of York.

“Harry and Meghan are slowly learning where to stand.”

When the Sussexes arrived for St Paul’s service on Saturday, scattered boos could be heard from unimpressed members of the public, to applause from others.

Harry stopped to chat for a few moments with the Archbishop of York, who later delivered the sermon praising the Queen’s 70-year reign.

The couple’s seats were in the second row of the gathering, with Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie and their husbands, and Lady Sarah Chatto, Princess Margaret’s daughter, and her family.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge before the service


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The Sussexes leave the ceremony


They sat behind the Duke of Gloucester, 31st in line to the throne.

It is the first time the couple have been seen in public, along with the rest of the company, since they left the monarchy for a new life in the US two years ago.

On Saturday, the Queen finally got to meet her great-granddaughter and namesake, Lilibet.

The long-awaited family reunion at Windsor Castle is understood to have taken place in the 48 hours following Harry and Meghan’s return to the UK via private jet on Wednesday.

The Cambridges in Cardiff


An official confirmation is still pending.

The couple’s other child, Archie, hadn’t seen the Queen since 2019, when he was just a few months old.

Celebrations of Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee continue today with numerous street parties across the country.

Ten million Britons, as well as others across the Commonwealth, are expected to eat sandwiches and cakes on the final day of the celebrations – weather permitting.

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