Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are planning to visit the UK again in September but their schedule reportedly includes no plans to see Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, are set to visit the UK next month to attend charity events, with a spokesperson for the couple recently announcing: “Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are delighted to visit with several charities close to their hearts in early September.”
The pair will head to Manchester for the One Young World Summit, as Meghan is a counsellor for the organisation, on 5 September, before then jetting to Germany for the Invictus Games Dusseldorf 2023 One Year to Go event. They will then return to the UK for the WellChild Awards on 8 September.
The trip will mark the first time the Sussexes have visited the UK since the Platinum Jubilee celebrations back in June, and the couple still have no plans to reconcile with the Cambridges it appears.
Harry and Meghan will reportedly be staying at Frogmore Cottage again, which is situated on the Queen's estate in Windsor and just a stones throw from Kate and William's new home Adelaide Cottage.
The Cambridges' new pad is just a five minute walk from Frogmore, meaning the princes will be 'neighbours' again for the first time since 2019.
Despite planning to stay within close proximity of one another, it's been reported that the two couples still aren't planning to meet up, with Harry and Meghan focusing solely on their charity work during their visit.
Editor of Majesty Magazine, Ingrid Seward, told the Sun: "I don't think they would bump into one another unless it was pre-arranged. I suppose one could go round with some flowers as a peace offering, but remember what happened last time."
It was claimed that Meghan threw flowers she received from Kate in the bin following an argument over bridesmaids dresses in the lead up to her and Harry's wedding in 2018.
Harry and William, who once shared a close bond, are believed to have not spoken face-to-face since the unveiling of their late mother Princess Diana's statue last summer at Kensington Palace.
During their last UK visit however, Meghan and Harry did reportedly spend time with the Queen, 96, who finally got to meet her great-granddaughter and namesake, Lilibet, who turned one during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Whether the Sussexes will manage to see Her Majesty this time round remains uncertain, as she'll be swearing in the new Prime Minister when they are due back the country.
A source told The Sun: "It is expected family conversations will take place to see if there is any space in their diaries – but there is a lot on, especially for the Queen."
News of the Sussexes return to the UK comes after it was predicted that Harry might return to a new role in the country when his dad Prince Charles becomes King — with or without Meghan by his side.
Speaking on Mirror's Pod Save the Queen podcast, Ken Wharfe said: “I just cannot see [Meghan and Harry] forever more living in California. It's clear to me that Harry is not quite a fish out of sea.
“His involvement with his military charities — quite how he runs that on the other side of the Atlantic, I don't know. But I just have this feeling that he could well be back in a new role — with or without Meghan.”
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