The Duke of Sussex has detailed his troubled relationship with his older brotherPhoto: Getty Images

Why Prince Harry will not reunite with Prince William during UK visit

The Duke of Sussex recently made his first public appearance in the UK since the late Queen’s funeral in September, as well as after his candid memoir, Spare, exposed his tumultuous friendships with King Charles and the Prince of Wales.

In his most recent privacy case, 38-year-old Prince Harry appeared at the first of a four-day hearing at the High Court on Monday. The father of two joins six other claimants who have filed lawsuits against Associated Newspapers Limited alleging misuse of their personal information, including Sir Elton John and actress Elizabeth Hurley (ANL).


Harry arriving at the High Court in London
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While it’s likely that the Duke will remain at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, which he and his wife, Meghan, will leave this summer, a get-together with his brother, Prince William, is not anticipated.

As far as we are aware, the Prince and Princess of Wales are currently on vacation with their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, for the Easter break.

The five-person family recently relocated to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor, which is close to Frogmore Cottage.

The Wales family typically spends the school breaks at Anmer Hall in Norfolk, but last year, it’s been reported that they went skiing in Courchevel, France.


Harry has joined a group of high-profile claimants
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Prince Harry described his older brother William as his “beloved brother and arch nemesis” in a book that was released in January. Additionally, he asserts that in 2019, during an argument at Nottingham Cottage, William physically assaulted him.

On any of the assertions in the book, Kensington Palace has not responded.

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Harry has detailed his fractured relationship with William in his memoir
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The first leg of the King and Queen Consort’s trip to France, where they were scheduled to make their first state visit, has been postponed because of opposition to French President Emmanuel Macron’s proposed pension reforms, which would raise the retirement age from 62 to 64.

We are also aware that Prince Harry will not visit his father while he is in the UK because Wednesday’s visit by Charles and Camilla to Germany is set to proceed as scheduled.

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