Harry May Delay Return To L.A. After Two-Hour Peace Talk With William And Charles

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Mehera Bonner
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Harry May Delay Return To L.A. After Two-Hour Peace Talk With William And Charles
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  • Prince Harry may delay his return to Los Angeles to spend the Queen’s upcoming birthday with her in the United Kingdom.

  • The Daily Mail reports that the potential change of plans comes amid a full two hours of “peace talks” with Prince Charles and Prince William following Prince Philip’s funeral.

  • Prince Harry is scheduled to return to England again this summer for the unveiling of Princess Diana’s statue at Kensington Gardens.

Prince Harry may delay his return to Los Angeles to spend the Queen’s upcoming birthday with her in the United Kingdom. The Daily Mail reports that the potential change of plans comes amid a full two hours of “peace talks” with Prince Charles and Prince William following Prince Philip’s funeral.

In case you missed it, William and Harry were seen leaving Philip’s funeral together after being separated during the service and procession itself (Princess Anne and Mark Phillips’s son, Peter Phillips, walked between them). “There were cars waiting to transport the royals back to the castle but they chose to walk as a family,” royal commentator Victoria Arbiter tweeted. “Having been separated in the chapel, they’re now able to come together, which will be a comfort to the Queen.”

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A source tells The Sun, “It’s early days but you’d hope this is exactly the first step Philip would have wished for,” adding that “it is not known what was said behind closed doors and when the cameras were turned off” and that “Harry and William appeared cordial as the cameras rolled and that seemed to pave the way for Charles to join them when everyone had left.”

Meanwhile, ITV journalist Tom Bradby (who is friends with Prince William and Prince Harry) said of their reunion, “It is often said that funerals are moments of reconciliation and that is a sight that, to be honest, that many people really wanted to see. Not least those in the family themselves.”

TBD on exactly how long Prince Harry could stay in England, but he’s scheduled to return again this summer for the unveiling of Princess Diana’s statue at Kensington Gardens.

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