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Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan Markle, 39, have made a life for themselves in California since stepping down as senior royals. The couple live in a mansion in Montecito, Santa Barbara with their son Archie Harrison, two, and daughter Lili who was born in June.
Last year the Sussexes had to pass up Queen Elizabeth II's, 95, invitation due to the ongoing pandemic but could make the trip this year with quarantine restrictions about to change.
From 4am tomorrow, US visitors who have had two Covid-19 vaccinations will be able to visit England and Scotland without quarantining.
The Government's updated travel advice for those coming from the USA reads: "From August 2 (4am), you will not have to quarantine or take a day eight test when you arrive in England if you’ve been:
"In an amber list country (and have not been in or passed through a red list country, or France) in the 10 days before arriving."
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The Government website adds: "Fully vaccinated with an authorised vaccine in the USA or Europe
"You must be fully vaccinated with a vaccine authorised by:
"The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the USA
You must have had your final dose of the vaccine at least 14 days before you arrive in England."
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US travellers must still book and take a day two test and will need to show their travel operator proof they have been fully vaccinated with one of the authorised vaccines before travelling.
American residents will need to have a CDC card and to show proof of USA residency, such as a USA passport, visa or Green Card
Children from the USA do not need to quarantine or take a day eight test so Archie and Lili will be exempt from restrictions.
The Queen is currently in Scotland at Balmoral Castle for her annual summer break.
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She likes to host family members there every summer and is understood to have invited Harry and Meghan to stay in the past although they are yet to have taken her up on the offer.
Despite ongoing royal dramas between the Sussexes and the Firm, the Queen has always maintained they remain much-loved members of her family.
The couple's sitdown with Oprah Winfrey in March sent shockwaves through the monarchy after they made a series of damning allegations against the monarchy.
However, the Queen responded to the claims with a measured statement in which she said the issues raised would be dealt with by the family in private.
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While it was previously thought the Sussexes would return to the UK to take part in the Platinum Jubilee Celebrations, there is now speculation they could be uninvited from the event amid fears they may overshadow it.
The precise contents of Harry's book are not yet known but given his recent public revelations about life in the royal bubble, courtiers are likely to be nervous.
If Harry and Meghan did visit the Queen this summer it could be a way to defuse tensions ahead of the Jubilee next year.