The Duke of Sussex (pictured with prince William) can leave self-isolation in Windsor if he tests negative for coronavirus after he arrived in Britain on Friday.
Prince Harry has been pictured back in Britain for the first time today following five days locked up in Frogmore Cottage and looked pensive ahead of his reunion with Prince William on what would have been their mother’s 60th birthday tomorrow.
The Duke of Sussex has been allowed to leave self-isolation in Windsor after testing negative for coronavirus after arriving in the UK on Friday.
Where did Harry go after leaving self-isolation?
Harry left Frogmore Cottage in Berkshire this afternoon and was seen arriving at Kew Gardens in south-west London around an hour later.
French-owned building firm Vinci is holding its annual environmental awards ceremony at Kew this afternoon. MailOnline is trying to confirm whether Harry is the guest of honor, and if so, if he is being paid for the appearance.
The 36-year-old reportedly flew back to Britain from Los Angeles a day early so he could attend an event today. Insiders claimed Prince Harry was set to be the surprise guest at the secretive affair following his stint in quarantine.
Sources claim he will hold a ‘private meeting’ with Prince William after the ceremony as reports of a rift between the brothers rages on.
Meanwhile it was reported the Duke of Cambridge will visit the statue with Kate Middleton and their children for a private moment ahead of its official unveiling.
The Duke of Cambridge, 39, and the Duke of Sussex , 36, will stand shoulder to shoulder on Thursday for the unveiling of Diana‘s statue to mark what would’ve been her 60th birthday.
Prince Harry is reportedly set to leave quarantine today so he can head to a charity event tonight.
A source told the Sun: ‘Organizers have moved Heaven and Earth to make this happen. It’s been carefully choreographed.
‘It’s an incredibly important day for him and the organizers want to make it as successful as possible.’
But tomorrow he will join his brother Prince William, 39, for the official ceremony to mark what would have been their mother’s 60th birthday.
The brothers have been separated by a rift that began in March 2019 when William reportedly threw Harry and Meghan out of Kensington Palace over the alleged bullying of staff, a royal historian claimed.
Sources claim they will hold a private meeting after the tribute – dubbed an ‘informal’ and ‘beautiful’ memorial – is unveiled, The Daily Telegraph reports.
Where did Harry self-isolate for COVID-19?
Harry arrived in the UK on Friday and was staying at Frogmore Cottage where he has self isolated for five days.
It was claimed yesterday he arrived early to attend a charity event as a ‘surprise guest’, with organizers moving ‘Heaven and Earth’ to have him there, the Sun reports.
Thursday’s statue ceremony in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace – where Diana lived, and which is now home to William and his family – will be a small event.
William and Harry, Diana’s close family and the sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley are among the few attending.
The brothers – who last met in person at Prince Philip’s funeral – are understood to have spent ‘weeks’ working out where to place the statue in the palace.
No details of the statue have been revealed ahead of time, but it is understood to show Diana’s youthful and playful character. Read more: daily mail
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