Prince Harry may mend fences with Firm in Platinum Jubilee visit, expert says

Prince Harry may 'mend fences' with the royal family if he returns to the UK for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

Royal reporter Richard Palmer predicts that the Queen may return to her public engagements in spring after her spell of ill health – and it could be an opportunity for the Duke of Sussex.

The expert tweeted: "The way things are going that could be the Queen’s first or one of her first public engagements in her Platinum Jubilee year.

"She hasn’t undertaken an engagement outside a royal residence since October. It could also be a chance for Prince Harry to come to the UK and mend fences."

In October, the Duke was urged by royal fans to return to the UK following the Queen's health scare with one claiming, "he will regret it" if he doesn't.

Prince Harry is known to be extremely fond of his grandmother but hasn't seen much of her since relocating to the US with his wife Meghan Markle last year.

A royal fan tweeted: “Such a beautiful family. I truly hope Harry flies back to see his grandmother, The Queen, and the family.

"She is slowing down. He will regret it. I loved the commercial they did together! God bless you all.”

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The news comes just days after reports that Google searches for “Prince Harry king” have exploded by 769% after the Queen urged Prince William not to fly in helicopters alongside his family.

On Sunday it was revealed that Her Majesty had pleaded with her grandson, the Duke of Cambridge, who is third in line to the throne, to stop flying in helicopters carrying his wife and kids, in case they die and he can’t take the throne.

An unwritten rule stops senior royals flying together, but the royal protocol was relaxed as William's family were young and split their time between Kensington Palace in London and their home at Anmer Hall in Norfolk.

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