Prince Harry is set to fly back to the UK to take part in another event to honour his late mother Princess Diana, and this time wife Meghan may also return, it has been reported.
The Duke of Sussex left the UK right after last week's visit to take part in the unveiling of his mother’s statue, alongside his brother Prince William.
It was only a brief visit, which saw he and his brother Prince William reunited for the special day, standing shoulder-to-shoulder despite their royal ‘rift’ playing out over the past few years.
The small, private ceremony also included Princess Diana’s siblings, Lady Sarah McCorquodale, Lady Jane Fellowes and Charles, the 9th Earl Spencer.
Harry then attended a short reception at Kensington Palace, after which Harry returned to Frogmore Cottage, in Windsor, where he stayed before heading back to the airport and out of the country.
Harry and Meghan to return to the UK
Now Kensington Palace has reportedly set another, larger event that will be held in September, and it's believed Harry might attend this event to celebrate his mother with his wife, Meghan.
It was hoped Harry’s presence in the UK last week might help closing the gap between him and his brother, however, a source told The Sun that no “peace talks” had been held between the brothers.
But this could be a possibility in September.
"It is a step forward but this was not the time or the place," the source said.
"September is a date pencilled in for a more extensive celebration of the statue, and Harry will want to return."
Did William and Harry find 'common ground' at royal event?
A friend of their late mother, Princess Diana, believes Harry and William achieved 'peace' together, after reuniting for the unveiling of the new statue honouring the late Princess of Wales.
Stewart Pearce, who was a friend of Princess Diana, said: "I feel that the vibration of it has detonated the essence of peace.
"By the behaviours that were just so easy, so formal — or informal, rather — so humorous between the two of them, I felt that that behaviour would actually completely change the way that the vilification has taken place," he added essentially blaming other people's opinions and fears for blowing the 'feud' up way out of proportion.
"Whereas actually they’ve only just simply been making the whole thing up," he said.
In fact, the royal expert doesn’t believe the two siblings were ever engaged in a full-on feud.
"It dispels any of the brouhaha over the fact that there’s a rift. I didn’t believe that there was a rift," he added to Us Weekly magazine.
"There was a slight disagreement, but I mean, who doesn’t disagree with his brother? But [it’s] been blown out of complete proportion, it’s been overly dramatised. They both were so relaxed."
Meanwhile, former royal servant Paul Burrell recently said he would love to see the brothers patch up their speculated feud, and said it would be the perfect birthday present for the late Diana.
"I really hope that being back at Kensington Palace, their former home, with the statue of their mother, will bring it all home to William and Harry. They were once so close," he said.
"Kate is somewhat of a peacemaker, so I think her being there will be integral if there’s any hope of the boys reconciling. It would be the best of birthday gift to Diana if they were to make amends and move forward as a family rather than as enemies."
Additional reporting by Bang Showbiz.
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