The royals are expected to play a major role in the upcoming climate change event, with negotiations to take place between the senior royals and the nations in attendance. Those set to be in attendance include the Queen, the Princess of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
At the event, both Prince Charles and Prince William are expected to speak at the conference in the fight against climate change.
With the monarchy in attendance, experts predict they will bring a more influential role to the event that would not have been there without them.
According to a study in 2018, Ipso Mori found that 30 percent believe the Royal Family allows Britain to be seen in a more positive light.
Senior royals are set to attend the COP26 Summit in Glasgow
The news of the royal attendance comes as it was revealed that Harry and Meghan’s return to the UK was ruled out.
The couple were expected to venture back over to the UK to attend a party in honour of Prince Harry’s mother, Princess Diana, on Tuesday.
The party will have 100 guests in attendance – with ‘Rocket Man’ Elton John and Prince Harry both expected to be at the party.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK