We’ve all been wondering if and when Prince Harry will return to the U.K., and now it seems we know.
A report claims he will spend a weekend in Nottinghamshire late this year planning for the Invictus Games event in Holland in 2022.
He will then see the Queen before flying back to L.A. — but will he find time to see estranged dad Charles or brother William?
Only time will tell, and with his book out next year, I wouldn't bank on a family reunion too soon!
My personal opinion is that wife Meghan will never set foot in the U.K. again, where she is likely to receive a hostile reception from some.
Anyway, back to the visit.
Harry will be accompanied by a film crew recording his every move as he meets wounded vets at Stanford Hall, the British Army’s rehabilitation center for injured soldiers.
The crew, employed by Archewell Productions, will be filming as part of a $130 million deal struck last year between Netflix and the Sussex’s Archewell Foundation to produce Heart Of Invictus, a documentary about the games.
It will be directed by British film-maker Orlando von Einsiedel and produced by Joanna Natasegara, a team already credited with an academy award for their short film The White Helmets and a BAFTA for Virunga, set in the Congo’s Virunga National Park.
Harry has lost his official ties to the military despite his ten years of service in the armed forces, but he remains passionate about the games, which he founded in 2013 after seeing injured soldiers during his time in Afghanistan.
The games are due next April, having been canceled before because of COVID.