Prince Harry is currently in the United Kingdom for Prince Philip's funeral—his first time home for over a year. Harry went home by himself due to Meghan Markle's doctor advising her not to travel at this stage in her pregnancy, and apparently the Duke has been in touch with her and Archie constantly.
“He’s already really missing Meghan and Archie and has been FaceTiming them every day to check in,” a source tells Us Weekly. “He actually speaks to Meghan a few times a day because he worries [about] leaving her when she’s so far along in her pregnancy.”
According to the source, Harry will stay in England “for a week." He arrived on Sunday April 11, which presumably means he'll be flying back to California on April 18. Unfortunately, Harry won't be able to spend too much time with the royal family due to quarantining for a full five days ahead of Prince Philip's funeral on Saturday. But the royals hope that Harry and William have the opportunity to mend their rift.[image id='90ec7c52-d9a5-4ed3-ac67-32b2d2532ea0' mediaId='722e579b-1459-4bb5-b360-6be07c49223e' align='center' size='medium' share='false' caption='' expand='' crop='original'][/image]
As royal reporter Katie Nicholl told Entertainment Tonight, "There is every hope that this will be the beginning of the thawing of the rift between William and Harry," later adding "I think the feeling certainly amongst senior royals and those who know the royals well, is that this will be an opportunity for the brothers to be together, to spend some much-needed time together."
Prince Philip's funeral will take place this coming Saturday, April 17, and the service is expected to be limited to fewer than 30 members of the royal family. The funeral will be broadcast on live TV in England beginning at 3:00 pm U.K. time.