William and Kate have ‘No Plans to Meet’ Harry During his Visit to the UK

Reports indicate that Kate Middleton and Prince William are not scheduled to meet with Prince Harry during his upcoming visit to the UK, as they aim to maintain a positive focus. Harry is expected to attend the 10th Anniversary Service of the Invictus Games at St. Paul’s Cathedral on May 8, but it remains uncertain whether Meghan Markle and their children will accompany him.

Sources suggest that while Harry is due to arrive in London early next month, there are currently no arrangements for William and Kate to meet with him during his stay. Although Harry has extended his best wishes, a meeting may be premature at this time.

Meghan’s potential trip to London in May is uncertain, with concerns about her safety in the UK being cited as a reason. This uncertainty arose following the announcement of the date and time of the Invictus ceremony. Royal commentator Jennie Bond expressed doubts about Meghan attending the service, considering Harry’s safety concerns and ongoing family tensions.

Despite reports indicating that Harry intends to see Kate and William during his visit, royal author Tom Quinn suggests that any meeting would likely be brief and carefully planned to avoid difficult conversations. Quinn notes that Harry is aware of the potential awkwardness if he were to visit the UK without seeing his brother and Kate, emphasizing the delicate nature of the situation.

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