Prince Harry has reportedly reached out to a number of members of the Royal Family before attending his grandfather's funeral on the weekend.
Harry only arrived in the UK on Sunday but it is claimed he has already contacted a number of people including his father Prince Charles, brother William and cousins Princess Beatrice and Eugenie.
The funeral of Prince Philip will be the first time that Harry has seen his family face-to-face in over a year and is sure to be an emotional reunion.
The difficult circumstances of the funeral will be even more pronounced following Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey last month.
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The couple claimed a member of the Royal Family made a racist comment about what colour the skin of their son Archie would be.
A source has said that come the funeral, all grievances will be put to one side and the family will come together to mourn, reports the Mirror.
“Despite everything that has gone on and the wounds are still pretty raw, everyone is hoping any disputes will be parked for another day," they said.
“This is about giving the Duke the send off he deserves surrounded by his family.”
In a further show of solidarity with the Queen and the family, the royals on Wednesday shared never-before-seen photos as they mourn the loss of Prince Philip.
One touching image shows the Queen and Philip at Balmoral Castle in 2018 surrounded by seven of their great-grandchildren.
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Taken by the amateur snapper the Duchess of Cambridge, it shows her youngest child Prince Louis cradled by the Queen alongside Prince George, Princess Charlotte and The Duke of Edinburgh. Prince Philip is next to Peter Phillips' children Savannah and Isla as well as two of Zara and Mike Tindall’s children, Lena and Mia.
Meanwhile, Princess Anne reminisced yesterday fondly about learning to sail as a child with her father when she visited two prestigious yacht clubs on the Isle of Wight.
She recalled how the Duke of Edinburgh enjoyed glamorous days of yacht racing during Cowes Week and other regattas off the island with his late friend Uffa Fox, an Isle of Wight-based boat designer.
Asked by Royal Yacht Squadron commodore Jamie Sheldon if she had ever sailed on a Flying Fifteen – a sailboat designed by Uffa Fox – Anne joked: "I was considered a bit too young and a bit of a nuisance!”
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