Prince Harry could return to the UK just weeks after a rushed visit to see his father King Charles, who was recently diagnosed with cancer.
The Duke of Sussex’s trip to London lasted just 24 hours, but the royal, 39, could return within weeks for a service to mark the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games.
Harry opened the games in March 2014 at London’s Copper Box stadium and the 10th anniversary celebrations will be held at St Paul’s Cathedral.
A source said The express: “Harry has indicated that he feels comfortable returning to the Invictus Games based in Great Britain and we understand that the Games have always had the support of the rest of the Royal Family.”
King Charles III attended the Sunday morning service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham.
Prince Harry rushed to London from Los Angeles last week to see his father, King Charles, who was recently diagnosed with cancer.
Harry returned to Heathrow last Tuesday, just 24 hours after being driven from the same airport to Clarence House under police escort the day before.
The duke flew to London on a ten-hour flight from Los Angeles and arrived at the royal residence at 2.42pm before spending around 45 minutes with Charles.
However, despite their return to Los Angeles, Harry and Meghan did not attend last night’s star-studded Super Bowl game in Las Vegas, despite the duke’s recent appearance at an NFL awards event.
The couple were rumored to be joining many A-list celebrities, including Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, Jay Z and Sir Paul McCartney, at the biggest American football game of the year, which took place in Las Vegas.
But the couple were notably absent from the festivities ahead of a trip to Canada for the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games in a matter of days.
Last night the Kansas City Chiefs won with a last-minute overtime touchdown in an exciting game against the San Francisco 49ers.
Last week, Prince Harry made an appearance at the NFL Honors also held in Sin City after returning from a trip to the United Kingdom to visit his cancer-stricken father.
At the awards ceremony, which came just 24 hours after his aerial visit to London, Harry presented the prestigious Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award to Cameron Heyward of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Daily Mail Diary editor Richard Eden said last week that Harry and Charles had a “brief meeting” before the King returned to Sandringham.
Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams also said: “I’m sure Harry will put the past aside right now over this serious issue.” “For the royal family, including the Sussexes, it is very important that everyone goes in the right direction.”
Kristina Kyriacou, the King’s former press secretary, added: “Charles adores Harry. He wanted none of this estrangement. If out of bad news comes some good news and Harry, the King, the Queen and his brother are reunited, how wonderful !
The king had been flown by helicopter to London from Sandringham on Monday to begin outpatient cancer treatment.