King Charles walking in front of Harry

King Charles too ‘busy’ for Harry talks during surprise London trip

Prince Harry has returned to the UK to attend in person a four-day preliminary hearing at the Royal Court of Justice. However, it is reportedly unlikely he will meet King Charles over the coming days.

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Prince Harry isn’t expected to meet in person King Charles over the next few days during the fifth-in-line to the throne’s surprise trip to the UK. The monarch was informed by the Duke of Sussex he would travel back to Britain this week to show his support to the High Court case he and other prominent personalities have brought against Associated Newspapers. However, the Telegraph reported Harry was told his father was “busy” and would not be able to meet him on this occasion. The King was meant to start his first-ever state visit as sovereign today, but the trip to France was pushed back amid the ongoing protests being carried out against French President Emmanuel Macron and his controversial pension reform.


King Charles walking in front of Harry

King Charles is reportedly too ‘busy’ to meet Prince Harry in the coming days (Image: GETTY)

The Prince and Princess of Wales are also unlikely to see Harry in person over the next few days, despite the fact the Duke is likely going to stay at Frogmore Cottage – which is set to remain the Sussexes’ official residence in Windsor for a few more weeks – located just a short walk away from Adelaide Cottage, where the Wales family lives. Kate and Prince William, it was claimed, are spending their children’s half-term holidays away from London or Windsor, making an in-person meeting with the Duke “very unlikely”.

Sarah Ferguson announces major career move as she prepares to turn books into TV series

Sarah, also known as Fergie by friends and fans, shared she is very “excited” about the possibility to see her historical fiction being turned into TV shows.

And, the former royal wife also said, she has the support of her ex-husband Prince Andrew, who “tells me they [books] are fabulous”.

Speaking to the Mirror about the prospect, Fergie said: “I’m going to let you into a secret, We have been talking to production companies and there is real interest in turning both novels into a period TV drama.

“I am so excited about it, I would love to see someone like Jess Buckley play my heroine.”

Harry and Meghan ‘victims’ in institution that ‘shouldn’t exist any more’, says Brian Cox

Brian Cox has argued that Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle are “victims” of an institution that “shouldn’t exist anymore”.

Succession actor Brian Cox, 76, has branded Prince Harry, 38, and his wife Meghan Markle, 41, “victims” of an outdated institution.

The Scottish star, who plays Logan Roy in the popular HBO series, suggested that Meghan’s entry into the royal family was “a fairy tale that went horribly wrong.”

The Braveheart actor was quizzed about previous comments he made about Meghan Markle in a New York magazine after he was quoted as saying the former Suits actress “knew what she was getting into” when she married into the royal family.

“I’m a bit angry about that,” he fumed in a new interview with Radio Times.

“Because that whole thing has been taken out of context. I actually have enormous sympathy for them.

“They’re the product of an institution which is moribund and shouldn’t exist any more,” he continued.

Prince Harry planned UK court visit thinking ‘dear Papa’ would be ‘out of the country’

Prince Harry is currently on an unexpected visit to the UK to attend a court in London.

Prince Harry’s appearance in the UK comes just days after the cancellation of the King’s overseas visit to France.

Although the 38-year-old would have had no control over when the court appearance was scheduled to take place, speculation is mounting that the Duke travelled to London believing his “dearest Papa” would be out of the country, on a State visit to France.

Harry made a surprise UK appearance on Monday (Image: GETTY)