Prince Harry has arrived in Britain to attend a charity awards ceremony on the eve of the anniversary of the Queen‘s death.
The Duke of Sussex, who landed in London this afternoon without his wife Meghan, is attending an awards ceremony organised by WellChild, a charity that supports seriously-ill children.
Harry has been a patron of the charity for 15 years and will still be in the capital for the first anniversary of the Queen’s death anniversary tomorrow.
However he is unlikely to meet up with his father, King Charles III, or brother, Prince William – with relations between the trio still believed to be frosty after the publication of Harry’s bombshell memoir Spare in January this year.
A royal source told MailOnline that Charles “had no time in his diary” to meet his son. The monarch is currently in Balmoral, Scotland with Queen Camilla.