The Duke of Cambridge is set to ‘dominate’ the unveiling event in honor of what would have been his mother’s 60th birthday, according to an insider. Prince Harry may consider returning to the UK for the ceremony, which will culminate a project the two brothers started in 2017.
The insider told Radar that Meghan Markle “knows how difficult it was to attend her grandfather’s funeral on her own” and that she didn’t want it to happen again.
The source added: “Meghan and Harry know the event is going to be dominated by Prince William, Kate and their children.
“The Cambridges have made Kensington Palace their home and have worked hard to make the whole event flawless.
However, the Duke is expected to break his five-month paternity leave next month to ‘put on a good show’ with William at the event.
Royal expert Ingrid Seward has said she believes Harry will still return to the UK despite being on leave from work.
She stressed that he is likely to stand united with his brother, but that might not mean that they have “fixed their relationship overnight”.