Prince Harry and his wife Kate Middleton will reportedly not be going to their niece Lilibet’s birthday on June 4 due to a prior engagement, as royal sources report the possibility of the Queen meeting Harry and Meghan’s youngest child.

Prince Harry and Meghan, who will be traveling with their family to the United Kingdom in order to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, will also be celebrating the first birthday of their daughter Lilibet in Frogmore Cottage near Windsor Castle, where the Queen currently resides, according to People.

The Queen, who is reportedly not attending the Epsom Derby on Saturday, may come to the home privately both to meet Lilibet and to celebrate her birthday, which the Sussexes will hold a party for in the middle of the Platinum Jubilee.

In spite of the Queen’s possible attendance at the celebration, it has been confirmed that neither Prince William nor Kate Middleton will be attending the proceedings due to a prior commitment related to the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, Cosmopolitan reported.

William and Kate will reportedly be in Wales attending a performance in Cardiff Castle. It is unclear, however, if the couple will allow their children to attend the birthday proceedings to celebrate Lilibet’s birthday.

Harry and Meghan have reportedly renewed their lease on Frogmore Cottage in the lead-up to their visit to the United Kingdom, sparking rumors that the couple may be making moves in order to remain relevant to the royal family.

“...[They] have a firm presence smack bang in the middle of Windsor court where it's all happening. They can now come and go any time they please. The coming year could be one of the most tumultuous in royal history and the Sussexes are making sure they have a foothold in Windsor,” a royal source commented on the matter.

Prince William and Kate Middleton will reportedly not attend the birthday party of Harry and Meghan Markle's child Lilibet due to prior commitments connected to the Platinum Jubilee. WPA Pool/Getty Images.

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