Despite a family conflict, Harry and Meghan are reunited with the Queen and Prince Charles.

Page Six has confirm that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have visited Queen Elizabeth II for the first time in almost two years.

The monarch was reunited with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex only days before her 96th birthday.

Their spokeswoman confirmed to Page Six on Thursday that they stopped in the UK on their route to the Invictus Games in the Hague.

The 95-year-old queen, who was joined by Harry’s father, Prince Charles, met with them at Windsor Castle.

According to TMZ, the pair flew from their home in California to London’s Heathrow Airport. They left their two small children at home, Archie, two, and Lilibet, ten months, whom the queen has never met in person.

Harry and Meghan had not see his grandmother together since quitting the royal family — and their bombshell Oprah interview.

The Sussexes are thought to have spent the night in Frogmore Cottage, which is located on the grounds of Windsor Castle and is currently home to Harry’s cousin Princess Eugenie and her husband, Jack Brooksbank, and their baby son, August.

“We can confirm that they paid a visit to the duke’s grandmother, as we previously stated,” the official said. “On their route to the Invictus Games in the Hague, they stopped in the UK.”

According to reports, Harry and Meghan have already arrived in the Netherlands.

Their travel to the United Kingdom came despite Harry’s security dispute with the British government, in which he claims his wife and children are not safe in his hometown.

While they also met with Prince Charles, it does not seem they saw Harry's brother William.

While Harry returned to the UK with Markle this summer for the unveiling of a Princess Diana memorial, he hasn’t returned since they left the royal family in 2020 and made their shocking Oprah Winfrey interview.

They claimed racial statements were made concerning the color of their future children’s skin during that broadcast sit-down.

Harry’s relationship with his 73-year-old father is alleged to have deteriorated when he stated that he and his brother, Prince William, felt “stuck” in their royal responsibilities.

The couple reportedly stayed at their old home Frogmore Cottage, on the grounds of Windsor Castle.

On April 21, the queen will celebrate her 96th birthday after recovering from COVID-19 last month. In June, she will celebrate her Platinum Jubilee.

She’s had mobility challenges, but she made it to her late husband, Prince Philip’s, memorial service in London last month, which Harry and Markle were chastised for missing.

The queen will not be attending Easter Sunday services at Windsor Castle’s St. George’s Chapel, according to the palace.




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