Oh International media have reported that Prince Charles has no plans to see his youngest son Harry fly to the UK later this month.
When Harry travels from the United States to join his brother Prince William as he unveils the statue of his late mother Princess Diana, the sun tells him that his father, Charles Palmoral, will be far away in his Scottish garden at Castle.
“Carlos has made it very clear that he will not be around because he is going to Scotland,” he told a news conference. “No meeting with the trio is planned,” he added.
Harry is expected to arrive in the UK later this month, before the statue opens on July 1. The newspaper explained that the Duke of Sussex should be isolated for five days before joining his brother at the event in memory of his mother.
“They will go out together without respecting their mother,” another source told The Sun, adding that the siblings would deliver separate speeches.
“No more personal conversation, much shorter and less texting,” he continued, still talking about the brothers. “The relationship is still very tense and there are no signs that there will be any union at any time,” the source said.
Prince Charles would “leave his boys to their devices”.
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