The Monarch drama continues.
It is anticipated that the Duke of Sussex will arrive in the UK in September on the eve of the first anniversary of his grandmother’s, Queen Elizabeth II, death.
Prince Harry is due to attend an award ceremony for WellChild on September 7th, where he is expected to deliver a speech.
He has served as a patron for WellChild for 15 years, a charity for seriously ill children, and remains as one of the few patronages he has maintained after he and the Duchess of Sussex stepped down from their status of senior royals in 2020.
It is now being reported that Prince Harry could be in the UK on September 8th for the first anniversary of the Queen’s death.
However, his Invictus Games kicks off on September 9th in Dusseldorf where he is expected to attend and meet his wife, Megan Markle who is flying from California to Germany.
During Harry’s brief visit to the UK, he is not expected to see any members of his family, including his father King Charles III or brother, the Prince of Wales.
The King is said to be marking the first anniversary of his mother in Balmoral, while The Independent UK reports that the falling-out between Harry and his brother, Prince William, has resulted in the two having no contact with one another.
Rumoured ‘peace talks’ between Harry and his father are not expected to go ahead on September 17th, as previously reported.
This date clashes with both Harry’s Dusseldorf trip and the King’s return to London from his summer break in Balmoral.
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