Prince Harry was recently in England for his court case, a brief three-night trip that kept him pretty busy on the witness stand. And according to The Telegraph, Harry is "not believed to have seen" his father King Charles or his brother Prince William during the visit. He did, however, stay in Frogmore Cottage, which is just a stone's throw away from Kate Middleton and Prince William's home, Adelaide Cottage.
The Telegraph notes that King Charles returned from visiting Romania on Tuesday but "did not take the opportunity to see the Duke," and instead...attended a concert? Meanwhile Harry "made no attempt to see his brother," and boarded a flight back home to California on Thursday afternoon, wanting to get back to his family “as quickly as possible."
This will likely be Harry's last time staying at Frogmore, since he and Meghan Markle were evicted from the property by King Charles, and were told they had until early summer to vacate. Apparently, Charles wants his disgraced brother Prince Andrew to move into Frogmore so that Wills and Kate can take over his current home, the Royal Lodge—but Andrew pretty much refuses to budge.
The Daily Mail reports that Andrew won't leave his £30 million estate, despite Charles cutting his £250,000 subsidy (which allows him to pay for upkeep), and a source says that he's “concerned that now the coronation is over, the knives are out. He’s worried that the royals might even turn off the utilities to get him out of there.”
So yeah, tense/awkward vibes in the royal family, per usual.
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