According to the details, Harry had a two hours conversation with his brother William, Duke of Cambridge, and father Charles, Duke of Wales when they left St. George’s Chapel and began the trek back to Windsor Castle.
Sources claim that their conversation sparked hopes that the brothers will be able to heal their relationship. Unlike last time, this chat seemed productive as Harry might be cancelling his plans for a swift return to the United States (US) and hanging around to see his grandmother turn 95.
Moreover, it is reported that Prince Harry will also accompany his brother for the unveiling of his late mother’s, Princess Diana, statue at Kensington Palace on July 1, on what would have been her 60th birthday. It has sparked hopes of a royal reconciliation between the once-close family.
Harry has an “open ticket” and wants to be with his grieving grandmother on her first birthday without her beloved husband before he jets off home to his wife Meghan Markle, who is pregnant with the couple’s second child, stayed at home in California with their young son Archie.
It was initially thought that the 36-year-old would rush home immediately after the service to be with his pregnant wife.
The Queen will turn 95 on Wednesday 21 April, however celebrations are expected to be be scaled back due to Prince Philip’s death and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.