Prince Philip has been in the hospital for two weeks, but some think this might be the end for the 99-year-old.
In fact, "Harry is being advised to fly home right now to say goodbye to his grandfather. Who knows if he will listen," a source exclusively tells The Royal Observer.
Additionally, palace insiders are planning for Philip's funeral, which will "be a massive state function," the insider says.
"There are lots of discussions about what to do with the problem of Meghan and Harry," the source reveals, adding that it's confusing "where to seat them and how to protect them from the British public who could boo them."
On March 1, Philip was moved to a different hospital in London. "The Duke of Edinburgh was today transferred from King Edward VII's Hospital to St Bartholomew's Hospital where doctors will continue to treat him for an infection, as well as undertake testing and observation for a pre-existing heart condition,” Buckingham Palace said in a statement.
"The Duke remains comfortable and is responding to treatment but is expected to remain in hospital until at least the end of the week,” they added.
Meghan and Harry — who are expecting baby No. 2 later this year — will appear on the small screen on Sunday, March 7, to discuss their lives since leaving the royal family. However, royal commentators are begging the pair to delay the tell-all for Philip.
“Anything could hijack this interview. Philip is ill. He is 99 and could die at any time. They were not to know he would get ill, but it could be seen to be the wrong time. But I doubt it is in their gift to postpone the interview. The control is in the hands of CBS and Oprah,” Penny Junor, author of Prince Harry, Brother, Soldier, Son, told The Daily Beast.
Royal biographer Robert Jobson said by not delaying the tell-all, the couple “appear heartless, thoughtless and supremely selfish.”