PRINCE Harry will pay tribute to his mother, Diana, on his upcoming return to England. While the Duke will meet with his brother, he is not expected to meet with his father Prince Charles.
At the end of June, Prince Harry is expected on British soil. The latter will inaugurate, with his brother, the statue made in tribute to their mother, Princess Lady Diana. It will be placed on the occasion of her birthday, July 1, in the gardens of Buckingham Palace and the two brothers will be present for the occasion. The discord will be left aside during this symbolic moment. But during his passage, the Duke of Sussex should not cross the path of his father
Indeed, as a source tells our source, Prince Charles would have made the choice not to interfere in this intimate moment. “Charles has made it clear that he would not be present because he goes to Scotland at that time. There is no meeting planned between the three men,” she revealed. Then she added: “He’s going to leave it to them. Prince Harry will have to spend at least five days in quarantine when he lands in England, most likely at Fromgore Cottage in Windsor”. Meghan Markle, Archie and Lilibet are not expected to make the trip.
Prince Harry: has he renewed ties with his father, Prince Charles?
Between Harry and his relatives, relations are tense. They were already when the Duke and Duchess shared their choice to leave their royal duties, but they are even more since they spoke on television to talk about their past life in the royal family.
During that interview with Oprah Winfrey, Harry had notably made it known that he would always love his father but that “a lot of harm has been done” in the past. “One of my priorities is to try to heal this relationship,” he added, making it clear that he hoped for an improvement in the coming weeks. The birth of Lilibet, in early June, was an opportunity for William‘s brother to reach out to his loved ones, and that’s what he did. He reportedly shared several photos of the baby girl with the family via a popular instant messaging application.