Prince Harry has a complicated relationship with the Royal Family and he’s estranged from Prince William and Kate Middleton, with sources suggesting that isn’t likely to change

Prince Harry is returning to the UK next week, but it seems he won’t be reuniting with Prince William or Princess Kate.

The Duke of Sussex will travel to London for a special service to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games on May 8. Plans for Harry to meet with the Royal Family are yet to be confirmed, but sources have claimed the Prince and Princess of Wales don’t want to create unnecessary stress while she recovers from cancer.

The source also pointed to Harry and Meghan Markle’s broken relationship with The Firm. They said: “Both sides understand each other’s position clearly.

Prince William, Princess Kate and Prince Harry all wearing blue suits
Prince Harry is no longer close to his brother or sister-in-law 
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“William and Catherine felt completely betrayed by Harry’s memoir. They don’t speak to Harry and Meghan, and they are certainly not about to start when Catherine is at her most vulnerable.”

Speaking to The Daily Beast, another source claimed the brothers haven’t managed to have a breakthrough in their tense relationship despite Harry sending well-wishes to Kate following her cancer news. They said: “A ‘get well soon’ message is neither here nor there. But the whole situation doesn’t use up a huge amount of their mental energy any more. William and Kate have accepted it and moved on.”

Prince Harry arrives for the funeral of Prince Philip wearing a black suit with medals
The Duke of Sussex will soon be visiting the UK 
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When Princess Kate revealed her diagnosis, Harry and Meghan sent a message saying: “We wish health and healing for Kate and the family, and hope they are able to do so privately and in peace.”

The Duke of Sussex will return to the UK next Wednesday to give a reading at St Paul’s Cathedral in honour of the Invictus Games. Actor Damian Lewis is expected to recite a poem at the event. A statement published on the Invictus Games’ social media accounts read: “The Invictus Games Foundation will celebrate 10 years of changing lives and saving lives with a ‘Service of Thanksgiving’ at St Paul’s Cathedral on May 8th. We will be joined by our Patron, Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex, actor Damian Lewis and members of the worldwide Invictus Community to mark the occasion.”