Prince Harry was spotted leaving Frogmore Cottage for the first time today after landing in the UK on Friday.
The Duke of Sussex had self-isolated in his former home with Meghan Markle but has now ended his isolation phase.
36-year-old Harry left the grounds for the first time today before the statue of his mother Princess Diana will be unveiled tomorrow.
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This is why he’s back in the UK, where he has only met with brother Prince William for the second time since telling Oprah Winfrey in March that their relationship was a “space” one.
The brothers reportedly had a strained exchange after their grandfather Prince Philip’s funeral when they met for the first time since the explosive interview.
Harry attended a charity event today as a “surprise guest”.
He was photographed arriving at the Kew Gardens event in London for the WellChild Awards this afternoon.
The event celebrates inspiring young people living with serious illnesses and those who care for them.
Tomorrow Harry will attend the unveiling of the statue of his late mother in the grounds of Kensington Palace on Princess Diana’s 60th birthday.
Designed by Ian Rank-Broadley, the statue is believed to depict a “youthful” Princess of Wales, who was only 36 years old when she died in 1997.
Both Harry and William were involved in the design of the statue, it is claimed.