Why Harry won’t reunite with William next month despite living 800m apart

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are heading back to the UK next month and they’ll have some familiar neighbours while staying at Frogmore cottage.

The Sussex’s visit coincides with Prince William and Kate Middleton’s move to Adelaide Cottage a mere 800 metres from the Sussex home.

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Despite the proximity, insiders don’t believe there will be a brotherly reunion. 

Harry and Meghan are returning to the motherland to attend a series of charity events in the UK and Germany. 

A spokesperson for the couple confirmed they will be visiting Manchester for the One Young World Summit in September. Meghan has previously served as a counsellor for the summit. 

The pair will also head to Germany for an Invictus Games event before returning back to England for the WellChild Awards. 

Harry and Meghan
Harry and Meghan are attending a series of charity events (Credit: Getty)

However, there hasn’t been any announcement that the couple will catch up with family while in the country. 

So far sources have told The Sun there are no plans for the Sussexes to visit the Cambridges even if they’re only around the corner. 

It’s also unlikely the Queen will make time for her grandson as she’ll be busy swearing in the new British Prime Minister and Privy Council. 

Kate and William
There have been no reports the visit will include a brotherly catch up (Credit: Getty)

It’s believed Harry and Meghan will stay at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor during their trip since they renewed their lease on the cottage in April. 

Frogmore is just a five minute walk from Adelaide Cottage where Kate, Will and their children are moving to later this month.

According to reports, the couple chose the cottage to be closer to the Queen. They will hold on to their previous residence as a ‘country retreat’. 

Harry and Meghan will stay at Frogmore cottage. (Credit: Getty)

The UK trip is the second time this year Harry and Meghan have crossed the pond. In June they made this trip for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. 

It was also rumoured they were invited to spend the summer with the Queen at Balmoral but chose to stay in the States while they prepared for the upcoming release of Harry’s memoir. 

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