Meghan and Harry will join Queen at Jubilee service after balcony snub

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will reportedly join the Her Majesty and the rest of the Royal Family at a St Paul's Cathedral service next Friday for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

The news comes after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were snubbed a spot on the royal balcony at the opening ceremony.

Royals are set to gather en-masse for the event, with Harry and Meghan confirming their attendance of the four-day bank holiday weekend celebrations.

The service at St Paul's Cathedral will come 24 hours after the Trooping the Colour, which will see working royals only on the balcony, snubbing Meghan and Harry.

All of the children and grandchildren are set to be featured at the event, and even some of her great-grandchildren could attend the celebration of the Monarch's 70 years on the throne.

Prince Andrew is also among those attending the service at St Paul's Cathedral, The Mirror reported.

Harry and Meghan's attendance will mark the first time since their wedding that the pair have been surrounded by so many active members of the Royal Family.

The Queen is expected to attend a number of events over a busy four-day weekend that celebrates her seven decades on the throne.

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A palace spokesman said: "The Queen is looking forward to the weekend and will be taking part in the celebrations but her presence will not be confirmed until much nearer the time or even on the day itself.

"As you might expect, some adjustments have been made for the Queen’s comfort.

"There will be no ceremonial journey to St Paul’s and Her Majesty is expected to arrive at a different entrance than on previous occasions."

Harry and Meghan confirmed their intention to attend the Platinum Jubilee last month, with a spokesperson for the couple saying they were both "excited" and "honoured" to take part in the historic celebrations.

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