• Prince Harry is in London
  • He was seen at Windsor Castle
  • Are THESE signs pointing to reconciliation?

Will the anniversary of the late Queen Elizabeth II's (†96) death finally bring the royals back together? September 8 marks the first anniversary of her passing and it just so happens that Prince Harry (38) is currently in London himself. A new photo even shows him at Windsor Castle. After his exit from the royal family years ago, many royal fans around the world have been waiting for Harry to get back together with them for good, once again.

Prince Harry in London: Will he meet his family?

In a snapshot published via X, formerly Twitter, Harry can be seen leaving St. George's Chapel. The Queen and other family members are buried there and apparently, he wanted to commemorate his grandmother on the spot on the anniversary of her death. But there were no other royal family members there with him at the time.

Just the day before, Harry had paid tribute to the monarch in an emotional speech at the WellChild Awards. Is he now making a move on his family with his visit to Windsor Castle? In recent times it has been speculated the King Charles and company are ready to bury the hatchet and welcome him and Meghan Markle back into the fold.

However, there was no sign of any royal visiting with Harry. The king is currently at Balmoral Castle and Prince William is in Wales. According to the 'Daily Mail', other family members are still to visit the Queen's grave together.

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Whether Harry will join them, however, is questionable. Last year, Prince Harry and Meghan were set to attend the WellChild Awards in London on Sept. 8 when doctors announced they were "concerned" for Queen Elizabeth's health. The couple canceled their appearance so Harry could travel to Scotland. He won't have much time for a meeting this year, anyway. On September 9, the prince opens his Invictus Games in Germany. Even so, many are still hopeful of a royal reunion in the near future, specially with Prince William.

Meanwhile, as mentioned, Prince William and Kate Middleton visited Wales on Friday. The Prince and Princess of Wales will take part in a short private service in the ancient St. David's Cathedral, which will include a commemoration of Queen Elizabeth's life to coincide with the one-year anniversary of her death.