Prince Harry will return to the United Kingdom in July to attend the unveiling of Princess Diana’s statue.

The event will be held on the same month as the Princess of Wales's birthday.

Now, Globe is claiming that Prince Harry’s reunion with Prince William in the summer won’t be peaceful. After all, there are worries that the Duke of Sussex will cause problems at the special event.

In its April 23 issue, a source for the tabloid said that Prince Harry and Prince William already agreed on the design of the statue. However, this doesn’t mean that they have made peace with each other.

A source said that it's quite scary to think that there will be fireworks when Prince Harry returns to the UK in the summer. That is if he won't back out at the last minute. 

Prince Harry is in the United Kingdom today for Prince Philip’s funeral at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.

Prior to his trip, some royal experts hoped that Prince Philip’s death will encourage the siblings to patch things up. However, it was revealed that Prince William and Prince Harry won’t walk side by side on their way to the chapel where their grandfather will be laid to rest.

Rather, their cousin, Peter Phillips will walk in between the brothers. Luckily, Prince William and Prince Harry are quite close to Princess Anne’s son.

However, it is possible that Phillips walking between Prince William and Prince Harry doesn’t mean that the brothers still have a falling out.

After all, Queen Elizabeth’s eldest grandchild also walked in between the Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex in 2002. Back then, the trio walked behind the Queen Mother’s coffin.

Phillips ranks 16th in the order of succession. He is also the queen’s first grandchild to not have been given a royal title in 500 years.

During a previous interview with Vanity Fair, Princess Anne revealed that the queen offered to give her children royal titles, but she turned them down.

Princess Royal said that she wanted to make sure that her children would have a much easier life than those who have titles. And she never regretted her decision. In fact, Princess Anne said that she did was she thinks was the right thing to do.

Princess Anne’s other child, Zara Tindall will also attend Prince Philip’s funeral together with her husband, Mike Tindall.

Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles, Kate Middleton, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Lady Louise Windsor, and James Viscount Severn will also be there.