PRINCE Harry has today been pictured for the first time since arriving back in the UK a day before he meets Prince William for a showdown.
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But he landed in London on Friday so he can leave his quarantine 24 hours early and attend a charity bash as a “surprise” guest.
The royal was pictured arriving at the event in Kew Gardens in London this afternoon.
He looked tense and deep in thought as he was driven into the event in a Range Rover.
Harry’s arrival comes before he meets Prince William in an almighty showdown – their first since Prince Philip’s funeral.
The feuding brothers are set to sit down behind closed doors on Thursday after the unveiling of the mum Princess Diana’s statue at Kensington Gardens.
Wills and Harry are expected to put on a brave face for the occasion, which would have been Diana’s 60th birthday.
But relations between the brothers remain raw after Harry’s bombshell Oprah interview and a stream of incendiary truth bombs he has dropped on the Royal Family since.
The Duke of Sussex, 36, told Oprah Winfrey in March that his relationship with his brother was one of “space” adding that he and dad Charles are “trapped” in the Royal Firm.
The comments come in a long list of criticisms the pair could discuss on Thursday with Wills likely eager to probe allegations of racism in the Royal Family and how they “neglected” Harry’s mental health struggle.
The Sun revealed today how Harry would be making an appearance at today’s event.
A source said: “Organisers have moved Heaven and Earth to make this happen. It’s been carefully choreographed.
“It’s an incredibly important day for him and the organisers want to make it as successful as possible.”
But he and his wife Meghan, 39, have kept their private links to charities.
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The Queen removed Harry’s royal patronages and honorary military titles under the final Megxit agreement in February.
A spokesman for the couple said at the time: “As evidenced by their work over the past year, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex remain committed to their duty and service to the UK and around the world.
“[They] have offered their continued support to the organisations they have represented regardless of official role.”