Prince Harry landed in the UK while preparing for his grandfather’s funeral.
He will now join his family as an official period of mourning continues until the royal funeral on April 17th.
Meghan Markle won’t be by his side for the sad occasion as she has been told not to fly to be doctors as she is pregnant with the couple’s second baby, a girl.
It will be the first time Prince Harry has seen his family since the explosive Oprah interview in which he and Meghan halted royal life and claimed they had to leave the country for their own good on charges of racism and racism
It was believed that Harry would be in isolation for about five days after arriving from the United States, where he will be with Meghan, who is pregnant with a little girl, and son Archie.
It is believed that his status allows him to avoid Covid restrictions.
Preparations for the funeral are underway after Prince Philip passed away on Friday at the age of 99.
The ceremonial royal funeral will take place in St. George’s Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
It will start at 3pm on Saturday 17th April and then there will be a minute’s silence.
It will also be televised as coronavirus restrictions prevent crowds from gathering to say goodbye.
Only 30 mourners will be present.
PM Boris Johnson has said he won’t be attending to allow more family members or close friends to say goodbye.