Prince Harrys return to the UK for Princess Diana statue unveiling is in serious doubt

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He recently returned to LA after Prince Philip's funeral, and now Prince Harry's return to the UK for Princess Diana's statue unveiling in July is said to be in "serious doubt", according to a royal expert.

Phil Dampier, author of Royally Suited: Harry and Meghan In Their Own Words, told The Sun Online: "I personally don't think Meghan will return to the UK.

"And there must now be a serious doubt as to whether Harry will come over for the unveiling of a statue for Princess Diana on what would have been her 60th birthday in July."

It was previously claimed that Harry, 36, would indeed be present at the unveiling of his mother's statue.

Royal biographer Omid Scobie wrote for Bazaar Online: "He will join William at Kensington Palace's Sunken Garden for a ceremony that was rescheduled from summer 2020."

The Duke Of Sussex recently visited the UK for his grandfather Prince Philip's funeral on 17 April.

All eyes were on the dad-of-one, as he reunited with his family after reports of rifts with his family members.

Despite concerns being shown about how Harry and his brother Prince William, 28, would be around one another, the siblings were seen chatting and walking together.

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"It's fantastic to see Harry walking between Kate and William," body language expert Derek Heron told OK! exclusively.

"That's a huge acceptance. They are still close. There is still a massive brotherly bond there."

"Kate stepping aside allowing them to walk together has lots of good signs," Derek continued.

The body language expert went on to claim that the siblings seemed to be relaxed as they enjoyed one another's company.

"Kate stepping aside allowing them to walk together has lots of good signs."

"It was very natural the way it happened. Will, Harry and Kate seemed very relaxed as they walked together."

Harry, who 'privately congratulated' William and Kate on their tenth wedding anniversary, reportedly contacted his brother as well as his father Prince Charles and cousins Eugenie and Beatrice when he arrived in the UK.

It was claimed that he wanted to "park any disputes" ahead of his grandfather's funeral.

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