Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle may make a surprise trip to Britain for a belated party to celebrate Princess Diana.
According to The Sun, the California-based Sussexes are weighing up whether to join Prince William's party, with a guest list of 100, at the end of this month.
Prince Harry visited Britain in July to unveil the statue of his mother with brother William. Meghan stayed in LA as she had just given birth.
The reception that was meant to have accompanied the statue unveiling, on what would have been Princess Diana's 60th birthday, had to be postponed due to Covid-19.
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It will now go ahead at the end of this month at Kensington Palace.
According to The Sun, Harry and Meghan are yet to confirm their attendance but it has always been assumed that Harry would return for the postponed celebration.
Travel restrictions between the United States and Britain have now been lifted, and the Sussexes would not be required to quarantine.
"No one knows what Harry's decision is but there are rumblings that he may come with Meghan and their two children," a source told The Sun.
Such a visit would be the first time Meghan is face to face with the royal family since the explosive Oprah interview in March.