PRINCE Harry has been today pictured as he arrived in London without Meghan – but the duke reportedly has no plans to see his family while in the UK.
The Duke of Sussex, 38, jetted into the capital from his US home for the WellChild awards – the day before the anniversary of the Queen’s death.
Harry has been a patron of the non-profit charity for 15 years and is expected to spend time with the charity’s winners and their families.
But while Harry will be in London, the prince is not expected to spend any time with his British own family with a palace insider claiming his dad Charles has “no time in the diary” to see his son.
His Majesty is currently enjoying a private break up in the Scottish Highlands, with Charles seen today driving near Balmoral.
And it also seems unlikely that Harry and his brother will be reuniting anytime soon, according to the same source.
Prince William is not thought to have been in touch with the Duke of Sussex for months and today visited Bournemouth – 100 miles away – on Royal duties.
It is not believed he nor wife Princess Kate will see Harry while he is in the UK either.
Harry’s visit to the UK coincides with the anniversary of the Queen’s death a year ago tomorrow – with Her Majesty dying “peacefully” on September 8 last year.
Harry is not expected to travel to Scotland for the quiet family gathering.
After the awards ceremony on tonight, Harry will travel to Dusseldorf for the Invictus Games.
The visit is the first time Harry has returned to the UK since his father King Charles’s coronation – but Meghan Markle is not expected to join him on the UK trip.
Her role at the Invictus Games has also been cast into doubt as she was allegedly deleted from the schedule.
Harry is not expected to have brought his children, Archie, 4, and Lilibet, 1, for the London trip.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry was this week pictured with Meghan on the first night of Beyonce’s tour.
But pictures showed the former Royal looking particularly glum in their private box, while his wife looked in high spirits.
Harry was described as a “giddy schoolboy” as he watched a Messi masterclass, despite Meghan not being by his side.
It comes a week after Harry’s first solo Netflix show failed to make the top ten.
During the series, the Duke launched a fresh attack, saying he had “no support structure” to help him cope with the sudden death of his mother at the age of 12.
But Heart of Invictus – the latest series to spring from the couple’s £80 million deal with the streaming giant – has failed to take off since its release.
The six-part series telling the inspirational stories of war wounded soldiers competing in the 2022 Invictus Games is Harry’s first major solo docuseries project.