Before the end of the celebrations for the Queen’s jubilee, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan were back on the plane back to the USA. There was no meeting or even reconciliation with Prince William.

Prince Harry’s home visit is over – and there doesn’t seem to have been a conversation with brother Prince William: As British media reports, the families have never met privately. Although Harry and his wife, Duchess Meghan, were present at two official dates on the occasion of the throne jubilee, they traveled back to the USA with the children before the end of the celebrations.

However, there would have been an opportunity for an informal family gathering: According to “Page Six”, the Sussexes had invited William and Kate to their daughter Lilibet’s first birthday garden party at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor. Cousin Zara Tindall with her three children is said to have been present on Saturday, among other things. But the Cambridges had commitments in Wales, taking their three children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis with them. A video showed Kate with the little ones making muffins for the Cardiff revelers. However, they missed Cousin Lilibet’s birthday cake.

Relationship between Harry and William still strained

“The relationship is still very strained. William is wary of spending time alone with Harry as he never really knows what will be said afterwards,” a royal insider told Page Six. However, Kate and William, along with the rest of the royal family, wished Lilibet a happy birthday with official statements.

“Vogue” photographer Misan Harriman was also invited to the celebration in Windsor. He shared photos of the event on social media. They show a casually dressed Meghan holding Lilibet as she poses with Harriman’s wife and children. He also shot the little ones’ official birthday photo. He is considered a confidante of Harry and Meghan, is said to have introduced Meghan to a mutual friend, who in turn introduced her to Harry. It was Harriman who took the photos to announce Lilibet’s pregnancy.