Prince Harry’s surprise return: Queen plans ‘lecture’ as Duke of Sussex arrives in a week | Royal | News (Reports)


Prince Harry will arrive in the UK “in the next week” in a surprise visit from the Duke of Sussex. Palace officials are on standby for the imminent arrival of Prince Harry, who last visited the country in March 2020. Charlie Rae, the former Sun Royal correspondent, revealed that Prince Harry can expect “home truths” from the Queen when he does return to the UK.

Palace staff have already been told to ready Frogmore Cottage for the Duke’s stay.

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The Queen, 94, will meet with Harry in her royal bubble at Windsor Castle during his surprise visit home.

It is understood that the Queen will issue a scathing rebuke of her grandchild at their meeting.

This comes amid a growing backlash in the US and UK over Harry’s controversial intervention into US politics.

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Charlie Rae told talkRADIO: “He is due to come back.

“He has done 183 days in the US and he is at the point where if he stays any longer, he will have to pay a huge amounts of tax.

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“My understanding is when he does come back, he will be instructed to see the Queen at a socially distanced position.

“She will give him a few home truths about intervening in the US politics.

“He will come over here in the next week or so although there is no sign of Meghan coming back with Harry.”

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The source added: “There are all sorts of issues to speak about — not only his political statements but also his visa situation in the US.

“Even though he would have to isolate for two weeks, the estate is large enough for talks in a socially distanced way.”

Royal biographer Penny Junor has warned that Harry has “burnt some significant bridges that may be beyond repair”.

She said: “Right now, that doesn’t seem to bother them.”


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