Prince Harry ‘get out clause’ exposed as Duke could miss Princess Diana’s statue unveiling

Prince Harry: Expert says there is still ‘bad blood’ with family

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Prince Harry, 36, still has “a lot of bad blood” with the Royal Family and left the UK days after Prince Philip’s funeral on Saturday. The Duke of Sussex is scheduled to come back to Britain on July 1 for the unveiling of Princess Diana’s statue in Kensington Palace. But royal expert Russell Myers said Harry may be given a reason to stay in the US.

Speaking to Australia’s Today on Nine, Mr Myers said: “Harry has said that he still wants to attend that, obviously William and Kate will be there.

“But if Meghan has just given birth to the baby, maybe he will have a get-out clause.

“We’ll all wait and see what happens.

“It would be great to see them all together and putting the rift behind them but I don’t think it’s going to happen anytime soon.

“There’s still a lot of bad blood and things are pretty raw at the moment.”

The Dukes of Cambridge and Sussex put any sibling acrimony to one side to unite in support of the Queen at the funeral of their grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh.

The brothers, whose fraught relationship has been characterised by internal rowing, could be seen chatting together after the service concluded.

William paused briefly to walk in step with his wife Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge and his younger brother as the mourners made their way out of St George’s Chapel in the spring sunshine.

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Though still wearing his face mask, Harry appeared to smile briefly in the direction of Kate, his sister-in-law, as the three strolled together, away from the rest of the family.

The content of their conversation could not be heard, such civility is likely to be welcomed by many as a tacit thawing of the brothers’ frosty relationship.

Moments later the brothers walked together, alone, with Kate in conversation with Zara Tindall, William and Harry’s cousin.

Earlier, William and Harry walked in the procession to the chapel for Saturday’s funeral service.


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The brothers walked in solemn silence on either side of their cousin Peter Phillips, who at one point fell back slightly, allowing the two to be next to each other.

Neither appeared to speak to the other at this point.

They sat opposite each other in the chapel, William next to Kate, with Harry on his own.

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, remained in the United States, having been advised not to fly while pregnant with their second child.

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