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Prince Harry has not yet booked his return flight to the United States yet after travelling to the UK for his grandfather's funeral, sources have claimed.
It is reported that the Duke of Sussex wants to stay in Britain a little longer following Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh's memorial service in Windsor Castle on Saturday.
He was expected to fly home to the US shortly after the funeral to be with his heavily pregnant wife Meghan Markle.
But it is believed Harry wants to remain in the UK to mark his grandmother the Queen's 95th birthday this week if possible.
Sources say he is torn as it has now been reported that he could return to the US today to his £11m mansion in Montecito.
Harry bought a one-way ticket to the UK on April 11, staying at his former residence of Frogmore Cottage on the grounds of the castle before attending the service on April 17.
A source told the Evening Standard had purchased an "open ticket" but his "first priority is his pregnant wife".
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The Duchess of Sussex didn't travel with her husband to the UK after doctors advised her not to make the 10-hour flight due to her pregnancy.
Instead, the 39-year-old watched the ceremony – which began at 7am local time in California – on TV and sent a hand-written note to leave with a wreath at the funeral.
While in the UK, Harry has reportedly gone on a long walk with his father Prince Charles after the pair's relationship was allegedly strained since Meghan and his tell-all US interview with Oprah Winfrey.
In the interview, he made damaging accusations of institutionalised racism within the Royal Family.
Harry's walk with his father comes after he and his brother Prince William were seen talking after Philip's funeral.
The pair were separated by the Queen and Philip's eldest grandson Peter Philips during the funeral procession.
But, in a sign of possible reconciliation, the brothers were seen speaking as they left the chapel and walked towards Windsor Castle.
Sources have since told the Mail on Sunday Harry has experienced "a great deal of frostiness" from many of his relatives since returning to the UK a week ago.
Harry reportedly penned a "deeply personal" note to Prince Charles following a "communication breakdown" between the pair.
The Mirror reports that Harry opened his heart to his "very hurt" father after their relationship "hit rock bottom" and promised to "respect the institution" of the royals.
- Prince Harry
- Meghan Markle
- Prince Charles
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