Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex has allegedly been phoning his father King Charles for "reassurances" ahead of next month's Coronation, with the "seating plan" topping his list of concerns.
The 38 year old's presence was confirmed for the event earlier this month, although his wife Meghan Markle and their two children, Archie and Lilibet, will remain in the at their home in the USA.
According to The Mirror's Russell Myers, who spoke to Sky News Australia, "homesick" Harry "does miss his family" despite the whirlwind of controversy that's been tailing him since the release of his Netflix docuseries, and will be keen to massage some bruised relationships.
"It's very hard to see how that marriages up with his attitude," warned Myers.
Contrary to these suggestions, former royal butler Paul Burrell has gone on record to say that there's "no chance of reconciliation" at the Coronation.
Reacting to the news that Harry will skip the star-studded concert on 7 May and return home straight after the crowning, Burrell, 64, told Dan Wootton of GB News: "It is not a surprise. He is coming to show face. He is coming to put his foot in the door. He is coming because his father wants him to be there.
"His father will be delighted that both his sons will be there to witness this incredible day in his life. But Harry is not going to hang around."
Burrell, who's taking part in this spring's debut series of I'm a Celebrity: South Africa, went on to claim Harry will receive an "icy reception" from the rest of The Firm.
"He doesn't want to spend much time around them. There is no chance of a reconciliation anytime soon, I'm afraid. I think he will get a very icy reception from the Windsors.
"He will be sitting ten rows back. He will not even see his brother or his father in that time. He will be in and out in a flash."
This comes after royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams exclusively told OK! that the Coronation will be "protected" to avoid a clash between Prince William and his younger brother.
Should they encounter each other, "This will be organised in a way that protects the dignity of an occasion which has deep religious significance," he said. "The British are uniquely good at orchestrating and arranging ceremonial events, which will be reflected.
"William and Kate [Middleton] will be an important part of the ceremony and it is reported William will be doing a homage to King Charles. There's no doubt that William and Catherine will have a pivotal role."
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