Though Prince Harry returned to the U.K. to attend the unveiling of Princess Diana's statue on July 1 — a project he and Prince William commissioned back in 2017 — it's being reported that on June 30, he's making an unexpected pit-stop at a charity event.
"Organizers have moved heaven and Earth to make this happen. It’s been carefully choreographed," the source spilled to The Sun. "It’s an incredibly important day for him and the organizers want to make it as successful as possible."
The source didn't offer any more details on the charity function, but Harry has continued to be an active member of his several patronages even after the Queen stripped him of those titles when he left the royal family last year.
The father-of-two arrived in his home country last week and was bunking at Frogmore Cottage to quarantine. Meghan Markle stayed in California to care for their two kids: 2-year-old son Archie and newborn daughter Lilibet.
During his stay, Harry has yet to come face-to-face with his estranged brother, but an insider claimed that the two will meet up after they attend the statue unveiling.
The duo will put "on a brave face for the event like they did at the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral," the insider said. "They both know it is not about them but remembering the late princess."
When the pair first reunited at Philip's ceremony in April, they were seen peacefully interacting, but royal expert Robert Lacey claimed that "within minutes of the siblings getting inside the castle and beyond camera vision, they started quarreling again. The conflict between Diana's two bitterly divided sons does not seem likely to end any time soon."
"There they were, at each other's throats as fiercely as ever," one friend told Lacey of the incident. "The rage and anger between those two has grown so incredibly deep. Too many harsh and wounding things have been said."