Meghan and Harry ‘to be at St Paul’s’
PRINCE HARRY and his wife Meghan are expected to be among the congregation at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday morning.
They will be there for a national service of thanksgiving for the Queen’s reign.
It will be the couple’s first outing together with the entire Royal Family since they quit “The Firm” in 2020.
Their children Archie, three, and Lilibet, who turns one during the long Jubilee weekend, are unlikely to attend.
Courtiers have been moving heaven and earth to make sure the 96-year-old monarch can get easy access to the cathedral, where Charles and Diana were married in 1981.
Normally the royals climb the great staircase at the front of St Paul’s but the Queen, who now has trouble walking, will arrive via a side entrance.
It is understood Prince Andrew will also be there – most likely his only public appearance of the Jubilee.
Before the service, which starts at 11.30am, Great Paul – the largest church bell in Britain – will toll.
The 16-and-a-half-ton bell has only rung on eight occasions since it was restored last…