So no different form Joint Force Harrier.
Natives? Really? Perhaps the Carrier Strike Group will be doing things such as SLOC protection, with the task group doing AAW and ASW, just like during the Cold War. See the comments from @ECMO1 here,
The UK has declared the carrier capability to NATO, we have made exercises like Steadfast Defender 21 coming up this year, the Atlantics SLOCs are one of NATO's centres of gravity, and the North Atlantic is the only geographical region to be mentioned as part of the Future Navy planning.
UK Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt said on 4 June, “Be it projecting influence for peace, standing ready to fight, or delivering vital aid around the world, HMS Queen Elizabeth and her sister ship, ... Prince of Wales , will fly the flag of a Global Britain.
you really are struggling today, aren't you?
Not at all. We have committed the capability to NATO, but not at immediate readiness - it is within thirty days in response to a developing crisis. In the old days the CVS were committed to NATO and dealing with the submarines and Bears of the Red Banner Northern Fleet, but we still deployed them all over the World for global deployments.
The point is that commitment to the NATO theatre does not stop a ship from deploying elsewhere. Even at a steady twenty knots she can transit 3360 nautical miles in a week - so the idea of building a force that can assemble in under thirty says means she can redeploy from anywhere.