• Prince Charles is incredibly sad about everything going on within the royal family
  • The Queen's Jubilee is a perfect opportunity for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to visit the UK
  • Everyone is expected to play nicely and behave well on the Queen's Jubilee because it's her moment

Prince Charles wants to meet his youngest granddaughter Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, according to a report.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed their second child on June 4. The members of the royal family haven't met her personally because Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are now based in Los Angeles. However, the Prince of Wales would like to meet Archie's sister.

"I think Prince Charles really wants to meet his granddaughter," royal expert and founder of "True Royalty TV" Nick Bullen told Us Weekly. "Prince Charles is incredibly sad about everything that’s gone on. So the family will want to meet each other."

He predicted that the royal family might reconnect with the Sussexes in the Queen's upcoming Platinum Jubilee. He was convinced that the event would be a great time for a reunion because it's a huge celebration for Her Majesty.

"The Jubilee is a perfect opportunity for that because if Harry and Megan do come back … because they have to be seen supporting Queen Elizabeth II. It’s a great moment for everyone to be together," he added. "And everyone’s going to have to play nicely and behave well because it’s the Queen’s moment."

He continued saying that the event will call everyone to be on the same page. Also, every member of the royal family is aware that it's the Queen's year, so it's the perfect time for them to come together to support her. Aside from Prince Charles, Bullen said the Queen would also want to meet baby Lili because the Sussexes named the child after her.

"I think she really would want to. As the queen has always said, Harry and Meghan are much-loved members of the family and I think the queen rises above all of this petty bickering. This is her family. Of course, she wants to be [with] them," Bullen explained.

Royal correspondent Omid Scobie, author of "Finding Freedom," also believed that the Sussexes will attend the Queen's Jubilee. According to him, it's the best time for the royal couple to introduce their daughter to the members of the firm.

"My money is on the Jubilee, I know that the Queen would love to have them over for an aspect of it, so I would imagine that that conversation if it isn’t already happening, will be happening soon," he said.

Prince Charles DURHAM, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 15: Prince Charles, Prince of Wales visits the new Emergency Service Station at Barnard Castle on February 15, 2018 in Durham, England. Photo: Chris Jackson - WPA Pool /Getty Images