A spokesperson of Prince Harry confirmed that he will not come to Westminster Abbey for a memorial ceremony to commemorate his grandfather Prince Philip. However, he has travelled alone at occasion of Prince Philip’s death.
Although speculation ran rampant over whether Harry will attend the service honouring Prince Philip. Harry’s lawyer indicated he felt unable to bring his family to the UK unless they received police protection. So, the doubts have raised about whether Harry will ever bring them there. Whereas, he has filed a lewsuit against UK’s Home Office’s decision to deny him and his family police protection.
His lawyer stated that he does not feel secure in the United Kingdom. But he wants to return to meet family and friends and assist charitable organisations. In response to Harry’s request for a judicial review, the Home Office has stated that they stand by their decision.
Moreover, there are no hints that ties between the Sussexes and the rest of the Royal Family have improved considerably. Prince Harry has agreed to write a book on his life experiences, adventures, losses and lessons learned.
The remainder of the Royal Family except Prince Harry will attend the Thanksgiving Service in full form. Previously, only 30 people attended the burial of Prince Philip at St George’s Chapel on April 9, 2021.