Prince Harry’s ‘first priority’ when he comes to England next month revealed by source | Royal | News

Prince Harry’s first priority when he comes back to England early next month will be to see his father, King Charles, a source has claimed. The Duke of Sussex is set to return to his home country as he is expected to speak at the Invictus Games 10th Anniversary Service.

It will be held at St. Paul’s Cathedral on May 8 where Harry is listed as a guest in the official running of the service. This is despite the trip not being officially confirmed.

The prince has made it clear he is longing to reconcile with his estranged family after his recent dash back in February, following the monarch’s cancer diagnosis announcement.

Now a source has spoken out and claimed Harry’s next trip will be focused on spending as much time as he can with his father, in order to “build bridges and enjoy each other’s company like before.”

They told the Mirror: “Harry’s first priority when he comes to England is to see his sick dad. He is pretty focused on this.

“It will be his first port of call when he comes off the plane to try and spend as much time with King Charles so that they can build bridges, and enjoy each other’s company like before.”

The source added: “Harry knows it will be awkward, but it’s a time to put pride and differences to one side.

“He is coming over for his charity work, which is so important to him so he will juggle his schedule accordingly, but seeing his dad will come first.”

They added the duke’s wish is that the family get back to the way they were and is allegedly “going to be making extra effort with his brother Wills too, as difficult as it may be.”

The two feuding brothers are said to not be ‘on speaking terms’ however Harry is said to have reached out to William after his wife, Princess Kate, announced she’s also been diagnosed with cancer last month.

The source said: “Now, more than ever, with Kate’s cancer diagnosis too, Harry wants them to know he is there for them.”

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