Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are planning to celebrate Archie's first birthday with the Queen, according to reports.
The Sussexes have reportedly talked to Her Majesty about the celebrations providing the restrictions of the coronavirus lockdown allow the visit to the UK.
The royal duo have spoken to the Queen "about having a picnic on the grounds” of Her Majesty's royal estate in Balmoral, according to US weekly.
It was reported the Queen was missing her grandson, after not seeing him since last summer, and that she is “very excited” to be reunited with him for his birthday on May 6.
A source told the site: "Archie loves been outside, and you can already tell he’s inherited (Prince) Charles' passion for nature.
“He gets so excited at seeing all the trees. Now that he’s just walking, he’s into everything — he’ll often end up covered in mud!”
Meghan will also host a second event and invite her mother Doria Ragland as well as her best pals.
An insider revealed: “Megan’s mom, Doria [Ragland], and BFFs Jessica Mulroney and Abigail Spencer will be invited to stay with their families for the weekend.”
Sources also report Meghan will gift Archie a copy of Shel Silverstein’s The Giving Tree which was her favourite book as a child.
The duke previously gushed about how amazing Archie is, he said: “I am so incredibly proud of my wife and as every father and parent would ever say, your baby is absolutely amazing, but this little thing is absolutely to die for, so I’m just over the moon.”
The Sussexes, who announced their decision to step back as senior members of the Royal Family moved to Canada after their announcement in January.
Since then, the duo finished off their final public appearances in the UK.
Meghan and Harry have been reported to have left their rented Canada home for a permanent residence in Los Angeles.
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