A royal reunion could be on the cards as reports suggest Princes William and Harry will meet together to unveil a new memorial to the late Princess Diana.
For months, rumours have been rife that the brothers have been suffering a frosty relationship amid allegations Prince Harry, 36, took offence to his older brother warning him to take his time getting to know Meghan Markle – his now wife, the Duchess of Sussex.
Harry and Meghan also ditched the UK earlier this year to move to Canada – before relocating to Los Angeles in March to start a new life out of the spotlight along with their one-year-old son, Archie.
But now Harry is reportedly planning to return to the UK to unite with his 38-year-old brother to unveil a new statue of their mother, Lady Diana – who died aged 36 following a tragic car crash in Paris on August 31, 1997.
The statue is expected to be unveiled in Kensington Palace’s Sunken Garden in July next year.
Royal expert Katie Nicholl claims to have the inside scoop on Harry and 39-year-old Meghan’s plans to return to the UK in 2021 for the unveiling.
She told Entertainment Tonight: “I'm told by sources very close to Harry and Meghan that they will absolutely be here for that unveiling, and it will be a very important day for Harry, for the family, and you will certainly see the brothers coming together for that occasion.
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"But that won't be the first time I'm sure we will see them come together, but for the time being, all plans are up in the air."
She went on to claim the Prince’s enjoyed catching up on Harry’s birthday last week.
Ms Nicholl claimed: “It's no secret that it's been a rocky path between the two brothers, but I actually think the distance has been a good thing for them.
They are speaking more than they did before. They are getting along much better than they were several months ago, so I think the signs are all very positive.
“I think it will be some time before we see them having possibly a cosy Christmas together, but I think things are definitely better than they were."
Harry revealed he had seen his plans to return to the UK this summer scuppered by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
He explained last month: "I would have been back already had it not been for COVID."
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