Harry facing 'demons' at Diana statue reveal without Meghan Markle, will fly ASAP to LA: Expert

'Harry will no doubt be facing some demons and will be made harder without Meghan by this side'

                            Harry facing 'demons' at Diana statue reveal without Meghan Markle, will fly ASAP to LA: Expert
Prince Harry next to a statue of his mother Princess Diana in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace, on what would have been her 60th birthday on July 1, 2021 in London, England (Photo by Dominic Lipinski - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

Prince Harry will be "straight on a plane back to LA" after he is done with the "necessary formalities" of unveiling Princess Diana's statue in honor of his late mother's 60th birth anniversary along with his brother Prince William, a relationship expert said. 

In a private event, which was attended by just a handful of members from the royal family and the close friends and relatives of the People's Princess, the unveiling of Princess Diana's statue took place in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace, which was believed to be the favorite spot of the late princess in her London residence. The amount of press at the event was drastically curtailed. William and Harry have not been on the best of terms since the former quit the royal family last year. However, they released a joint statement. 


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Harry to fly back to California ASAP?

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex meet and greet the public at the Sydney Opera House on October 16, 2018 in Sydney, Australia (Photo by Paul Edwards - Pool/Getty Images)

Meanwhile, the Daily Star reported that Prince Harry, who flew from California, where he currently resides with his wife Meghan Markle and their children, to London to attend the event, will most probably return to Los Angeles as soon as the event is done with. Tina Wilson, relationship guru and founder of Wingman has told the outlet that Meghan has been nothing but supportive of her husband as the Duke of Sussex visited the UK, even as she had to make the difficult choice of staying back in the US to look after their two children Archie, and newborn Lilibet. 

"With Harry’s recent confession of London being a big trigger for him, he will no doubt be facing some demons and will be made harder without Meghan by this side, with some sources saying it feels as though Meghan has left him to face the music alone yet again," Wilson said. "Regardless of the reasoning it will be unavoidable but to feel anything but sadness as we see the boys remember and celebrate their mother."

She added: "Whilst this will celebrate some of Diana’s life, it cannot be ignored that the boys and extended family have been irrevocably damaged and whilst Harry chooses to share that mental torture more publically, it doesn’t mean that Wiliam will suffer any less. One thing is for sure, that Harry will be back in London for the necessary formalities and then straight on a plane back to LA."

Will Harry and William reconcile?

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex unveil a statue of their mother Diana, Princess of Wales, in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace (Photo by Dominic Lipinski - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

A number of publications reported ahead of the unveiling that Harry will be sitting down for a private meeting with Prince William and probably Kate Middleton to end the cold war brewing between the siblings. The brothers are set to join a small family gathering after Thursday’s event in Kensington Gardens. Speaking to Newsweek, royal expert Robert Lacey said he believes that Harry is the only one who may be ready to admit mistakes and apologize for his behavior over the past two years.

However, it may not be reciprocated because William and Kate may feel 'vindicated' in having doubts about Harry. "On one side we've got William who doesn't seem prepared to concede anything and on the other side friends have told me that Harry wouldn't mind reconciling and then it's Meghan who is sticking to her guns on this issue." Lacey said. "It should surely be possible for both sides to say the past is in the past. It's very regrettable that Meghan doesn't withdraw just a little. Why can't she say it was the pressure? 'I was getting used to this incredibly complicated system, I was just pregnant, I couldn't sleep'... 'Perhaps in retrospect I went over the top about it'."