Things haven't been great between Prince William and Prince Harry ever since the latter spoke about their tense relationship to Oprah Winfrey in an interview that aired in March.
Though the siblings reunited at Prince Philip's April 17 funeral, it looks like they will come face-to-face again to have a lengthier discussion before they unveil Princess Diana's statue in July — on what would have been the late princess' 60th birthday.
"Harry and William have both agreed to meet before [the event] and have a frank discussion about how they can do their best to fix the damage that has been done," a source exclusively told OK!, adding that they will "air their grievances in a calm and pragmatic manner."
"This could be Harry's last chance to sit down with his family and properly repair things," the insider said, adding that there's "still a lot of unfinished business" between Harry and William.
Harry's trip to the U.K. was short and sweet, as he wanted to return back to California to be with his wife, Meghan Markle, who is pregnant with baby No. 2. Additionally, his family members weren't too kind to him when he attended the funeral.
“But after returning home, I’ve no doubt he’s been feeling embarrassed, regretful and awkward," royal expert Duncan Larcombe claimed about Harry's family reunion. “He’s now facing the consequences. I believe he’ll regret that interview — and maybe his decision to leave the royal family."
“You could see in his face at the funeral that he was torn,” Larcombe noted. “Coming home has reminded him of everything he’s sacrificed in recent years — and of the recent damage done."
Meanwhile, Larcombe said Meghan is "in her element" living on the West Coast, which may cause some problems between the pair down the line.
“I can’t see how Harry can live this new life and keep things harmonious with his family,” he said. “I just don’t think that Harry will be able to live harmoniously as a part of these two worlds — the royals and the L.A. showbiz world. He’s in for a very difficult ride. There could be tough times ahead."