Meghan Markle and Prince Harry remain at the center of controversies following their latest movements in the United States. Amid all the talks, though, the couple continues to keep their silence.

They have maintained the same dynamic since they announced their exit from the British Monarchy in 2020. This is why many are wondering whether they will still return to the United Kingdom.

While it remains unknown what they truly have in store for the new year ahead of them, some predictions try to shine light on their future activities.

One from the National Enquirer claims that they will not visit Queen Elizabeth II anytime soon, despite her recent health scare. Accordingly, an apparent backlash will emerge, placing the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, once more, in a negative light.

As the public would recall, the British Monarch faced health concerns a few weeks ago. Although she has since recovered, worries continue to fill the public.

It is worth noting, however, that the assertions about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry not returning to the United Kingdom are just one of the predictions for 2022. Hence, there is no assurance that they will, indeed, snub Queen Elizabeth II.

Meanwhile, a recent report from the Express UK states that the Duke of Sussex appears to have an "awkward" schedule in the coming months. This is why many believe he will not be at the British Monarch's Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June.

Reports said that there will be a four-day Jubilee bank holiday weekday weekend to celebrate the "once-in-a-generation" milestone. It will be from June 2 to June 5, wherein a mix of "ceremonial splendor and pageantry" will take place.

As for Prince Harry's activities, he has other commitments on the same dates. The Invictus Games, which was postponed and rescheduled twice, will now push through from May 28 to June 5.

Despite the conflict in schedules, there remains a possibility that the Wales Prince will still be present for the Queen's celebrations. As noted, the United Kingdom is not far away from the Netherlands, where the Paralympic-style event will occur.

The same cannot be said, however, about Meghan Markle. It is unclear whether she will join her husband in his passion project, or join the rest of the British Royal Family for the Platinum Jubilee of the Queen, or stay in the United States.

No one can confirm, as well, whether the Duchess of Sussex has other commitments on the same dates. But, reports asserted that 2022 will be a busy year for both Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as their deals with Netflix and Spotify will materialize into docuseries and podcasts.