PRINCE Harry could boycott returning to the UK this summer to unveil a statue of Diana because of the ongoing rift with the Royal Family, an expert has claimed.
The Duke of Sussex, 36, is due to stand with his brother Prince William, 39, when the Diana memorial is revealed on July 1 – what would have been the Princess’ 60th birthday.
But it’s thought Harry may not return for the ceremony at Kensington Palace after being given the cold shoulder by other royals.
Speaking on TalkRadio, Kevin O’Sullivan said: “Prince Harry was slightly stunned by the cold shoulder reception he got from many royals.
“This is hardly surprising considering he called them a load of racists on television.
“I suspect that Harry may not come back in July.”
It comes after Harry launched a series of “personal attacks” on his family in his new mental health series The Me You Can’t See – just a few months after dropping bombshells in his tell-all chat with Oprah Winfrey.
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