Harry and Meghan planning more ‘fake royal tours’ including Australia – expert

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are planning to embark on more “fake royal tours” in 2022, a royal commentator has claimed.

In September, Harry and Meghan made a visit to New York on their first official outing together since the birth of their daughter Lilibet in June.

The couple were hosted by the city’s mayor Bill de Blasio, attending local landmarks including the One World Trade Center as well calling for vaccine equity at the Global Citizen Live concert event.

But, with the pair no longer taking on royal duties since March last year, some commentators were critical of the trip’s resemblance to a royal engagement.

Now, speaking on his YouTube channel, royal commentator Neil Sean has claimed that more of these engagements are on the horizon.

“According to a very good source, Harry and Meghan are planning even more, shall we say, ‘fake royal tours’ in 2022,” he suggested.

“But a lot of people, particularly senior courtiers in the royal circles are baffled, because, what exactly are they touring for?

“Apparently they are looking to tour Australia, Japan and back to certain areas of the United States."

Neil suggested that Prince Harry and Meghan are “not that popular right now”, so claimed: “Maybe they’re hoping to reignite their once popularity in far-flung places.”

As well as supposedly taking these trips overseas, next year will see the release of Harry’s “tell-all” autobiography, which has allegedly raised eyebrows at Buckingham Palace over what details might be included in the book.

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Announcing the project in July, the prince said that the memoir will be “a firsthand account of my life that’s accurate and wholly truthful.”

And, Neil suggested the alleged plans for trips to new territories might offer the chance for the Duke of Sussex to promote his book.

Despite Neil’s claims, no plans have yet been announced for when the Sussexes might return to the UK for the Queen to meet her great-granddaughter Lilibet.

Daily Star contacted a representative for Harry and Meghan for comment.

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