Prince Charles has made his plans quite clear about how he will not be meeting his son Harry as he arrives for his late mother’s statue unveiling this month.
Therefore, Prince Harry will not be able to have a quick catch-up with his father as there is an unfortunate clash of diary dates. According to inside reports, Prince Charles will reportedly be in Scotland as his youngest son arrives in the United Kingdom for Princess Diana’s statue reveal.
Meanwhile, inside sources also confirmed how currently, there are no planned meetings scheduled to be held between the Queen’s son as well as the Duke of Sussex. “Charles will have to leave the boys to it,” confirmed a royal report.
However, when Harry arrives, he will not be allowed to meet William either as the Duke of Sussex will reportedly need to quarantine for a period of 5 days, as he touches down on English soil from the US. And that will most likely take place at Windsor’s Frogmore Cottage.
“Charles will not be around because he has important engagements in Scotland at that time. Moreover, there is no planned meeting to occur between the three gentlemen too,” mentioned insiders.
On the other hand, Harry’s main purpose isn’t to meet his family. He is only coming for the unveiling of a tribute that has been dedicated to his later mother, Princess Diana, on the Kensington Palace grounds. This will take place on the 1st of July, a day that would actually have been one that celebrated her 60th birthday.
For this reason, Harry will need to put on a united face, alongside his brother Prince William. Harry last saw William at his late grandfather’s funeral, which took place in the month of April.
Reports suggest that since then, the brothers do keep in touch via communication through text message, after their bitter aftermath.