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Prince Harry and Prince William will not meet in England |  Royally

Prince Harry and Prince William will not meet in England | Royally

Prince Harry arrives in London.

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Sources told the Daily Mail that Prince William has no plans to meet his brother.

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Shocking news rocked Britain on Monday: 75-year-old King Charles has cancer. Hours later, Prince Harry, 39, was spotted boarding a plane at Los Angeles Airport to fly to London.

Prince Harry, who currently resides in the United States, is traveling alone, leaving wife Meghan Markle and children Archie and Lilybet at home in California.

Disappointment awaits those who hoped the announcement of the illness would lead to a reconciliation between Prince Harry and older brother Prince William, 41. According to an Access to Information source, there are no plans for the brothers to meet each other during their trip to London.

According to the source, Prince William's focus is expected to be on taking care of Princess Kate, who recently underwent stomach surgery.

Details: Prince Harry is open to a meeting

On Tuesday afternoon, Prince Harry arrived at Clarence House in London to meet his father.

According to a source close to the prince, she is ready to meet Prince William.

– The Prince's primary reason for traveling to England was to see his father. The source told the Daily Mail that the prince would have happily accepted the chance to meet Prince William.

It is unclear whether Prince Harry will spend the night in central London or Windsor during his stay in England. The newspaper writes that he will most likely live in the Frogmore cottage where he and his wife lived during the summer.

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