Though it's yet to be confirmed, royal expert Katie Nicholl believes Prince Harry will indeed attend Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee this summer — and she's also predicting that the father-of-two will take some time during his stay in the U.K. to talk to estranged brother Prince William.
"Both brothers will have to make concessions," she told BirminghamMail. "The Jubilee should give them more of a chance to thrash it out."
At the moment, it's unclear as to whether Harry will be joined on the trip by Meghan Markle or their two kids.
It's been reported that Prince Charles has offered the Sussexes to stay with him for the length of the festivities even though he's still upset with all that Harry has done.
"I think Prince Charles loves Harry and he’s been devastated by his behavior — he’s making a hugely important offer, you'd think he could feel resentful but he's not going down that route," explained expert Angela Levin. "He’s trying to encourage Harry into the royal fold not necessarily into the royal family but into being good friends."
Once source claimed that Charles has been desperate to bond with Harry's two kids, who he's barely had any time with.
"The Prince of Wales has been saddened that he hasn’t had the opportunity to spend time with his grandchildren, which he really does miss," the source noted. "He is a fantastic grandfather and loves playing the role immensely and it’s certainly fair to say he feels there is something missing from his life without the ability to get to know Harry’s children."
"This is something he is hoping to remedy which is why he made the gesture for Harry, Meghan and the children to stay with him if they wanted to, whenever they may come home for a period of time," continued the insider. "In the meantime there has been a series of good-natured and enjoyable calls between them all which is something the prince very much looks forward to."