Meghan Markle and Harry to take Archie on pilgrimage to Diana’s grave
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are due to bring their baby son Archie to the grave of Princess Diana for the first time on the anniversary of her death.
August 31 will mark 22 years since the Princess of Wales died in a car crash in Paris.
To mark the occasion her youngest son and his wife will make an emotional pilgrimage to Althorp, the ancestral seat of Diana's family in Northamptonshire.
They are set to bring along baby Archie to see the place where his grandmother was laid to rest.
Prince Harry and his brother Prince William have been regular visitors to Althorp, which is the home of their aunt and uncle the Earl and Countess Spencer.
Twice a year they visit the estate, on Diana's July 1 birthday and the anniversary of her death.
However, the brothers are not believed to have made the trip since what would have been Diana's birthday in 2017.
Back then they attended a private ceremony led by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.
With Meghan Markle now embedded into the Royal Family. it seems the time has come for the Duchess of Sussex to pay her respects in person to the Princess of Wales.
"Harry wants Meghan to see his mother’s resting place," a source told The Daily Mail.
While the Duchess was never able to meet the woman who would have been her mother in law, she has expressed interest in finding out about her spouse's mum.
In an interview conducted shortly after Harry and Meghan's engagement was announced she said of Diana: "In not being able to meet his mum, it’s so important for me to know that she’s a part of this with us."
Prince Harry, confident two of the most important women in his life would have gotten along, said: "I think she would have been best friends with Meghan."
Ahead of the anniversary of Diana's death the House of Sussex paid a tribute to the Princess on their Instgram account by posting an image of Archie's foot next to a bed of forget-me-nots – her favourite flower.
In recent years Prince Harry has not been shy about paying public tributes to his late mother.
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