- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expected to return to the UK for the queen's birthday celebrations.
- The news comes after sources confirmed the couple's relationship with the royal family has improved.
- "Everyone is on better terms and have been for quite some time," an insider said.
It's been a year since Harry and Meghan exited the royal firm.
With many ups and downs, including a heartbreaking miscarriage and the launch of their new foundation, Archewell, it's been a challenging, albeit productive year for the couple, who are currently staying in their new home in Montecito.
Harry and Meghan will reportedly return to the UK, however, over the summer break in the US, where they will reunite with the queen.
Royal sources tell The Sunday Times that Harry and Meghan will likely see the rest of the royal family for the queen's 95th birthday celebrations in June, which of course includes Trooping the Colour – the first major national celebration to take place since the outbreak of the coronavirus if all goes to plan.
Harry and Meghan will also likely be present for Prince Philip's 100th birthday on 10 June.
The news comes shortly after sources said Harry and Meghan's relationship with the family has improved since they first stepped down from their royal roles.
"Everyone is on better terms and have been for quite some time," an insider said at the time.