Prince Harry could reportedly stick around in the UK to celebrate the Queen’s birthday after talks with Prince William and Prince Charles.

The Duke of Sussex flew over from California and isolated at Frogmore Cottage before attending Prince Philip’s funeral on Saturday, April 17.

After the service, Harry spoke with his dad and brother for a couple of hours away from the cameras, The Sun reported.

Earlier reports suggested that Harry would leave promptly afterwards to get back to see wife Meghan Markle and baby son Archie.

However, a source has since told the newspaper: “If all goes well, he could stay for the Queen’s birthday.”

Prince Harry during Prince Philip's funeral
The Duke of Sussex flew over from California to attend the funeral

Royal fans are hoping the talks could pave way for reconciliation after Megxit and the explosive Oprah Winfrey interview.

The duke reportedly snapped up an open return ticket and capitalised on the Government’s test and release scheme, which allows visitors to stop isolating once they’ve tested negative for coronavirus.

The Queen will celebrate her 95th birthday on Wednesday, April 21.

However, she will continue to mourn until Friday and is reluctant to mark this year’s event, the Daily Telegraph reported.

The Queen during Prince Philip's funeral
His grandmother will celebrate her 95th birthday on Wednesday, April 21

Her Majesty is expected to have a quiet lunch with family members at Windsor Castle – potentially including grandson Harry.

After the service, he had a moment to catch up with William and Kate Middleton.

Harry walked up towards the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and started chatting with them.

Earlier reports suggested Harry would leave promptly to see Meghan Markle and son Archie

At one point, Kate moved away to give the brothers some room.

Royal commentator Victoria Arbiter claimed: "There were cars waiting to transport the royals back to the castle but they chose to walk as a family.

"Having been separated in the Chapel they’re now able to come together which will be a comfort to the Queen."

Royals walk behind Prince Philip's coffin
Harry reportedly remained in Windsor Castle for a couple of hours after the service and spoke with his dad and brother

Meghan penned a moving tribute to the late Duke of Edinburgh from across the Atlantic – after not being able to travel back to the UK during her pregnancy.

The Duchess of Sussex was unable to make the 6,000-mile trip from Montecito to London to attend the funeral, but left a handwritten note on a wreath Harry brought to St George's Chapel.

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Following on from the funeral, William and Charles will reportedly lead a summit meeting to decide the future of the Royal Family.

The Prince of Wales will reportedly put plans together alongside the Queen for each working Royal going forward.

Her Majesty will also discuss the number of engagements the Firm takes on, as just 15 members take part in more than 3,000 duties per year.