Prince Harry will return to the U.K. for the WellChild Awards in early September before he travels to Germany for his Invictus Games. Although the Duke of Sussex's trip is scheduled for the day before the anniversary of Queen Elizabeth's death, he won't spend time with his father, King Charles, nor his brother, Prince William.
An insider shared a similar sentiment in a separate interview. "There’s no expectation that the family’s going to show up or acknowledge it or that anybody wants to see him," the source shared.
Harry will return home for a short visit, but a source claimed Charles doesn't have the ability to see him. An insider told a publication that His Majesty has "no time in the diary."
"I didn’t have that support structure, that network, or that expert advice to identify what was actually going on with me," Harry shared.
"The reason I was smiling when you said that was because I had that," the father-of-two said. "I had that moment in my life where I didn’t know about it, but because of the trauma of losing my mum when I was 12… for all those years, I had no emotion."
Harry struggled to develop healthy coping mechanisms, and he was forced to analyze his trauma while stationed in Afghanistan.
"I was unable to cry, I was unable to feel. I didn’t know it at the time," Harry explained when discussing the realization he made while in the military. "And it wasn’t until later in my life at age 28, there was a circumstance that happened, that the first few bubbles started coming out."
Sources discussed royal expectations with The Telegraph.
Sources shared Charles schedule with The Mail on Sunday.