Prince Charles wants to spend some time with Prince Harry before he flies back to the US - but his youngest son is keen to return to pregnant Meghan, it is claimed.
Harry, who made a series of bombshell allegations about the royals in an interview with Oprah Winfrey last month, returned from California for Prince Philip's funeral, which was held yesterday at Windsor Castle.
After the Duke of Edinburgh's coffin was lowered into the vault below St George's Chapel, he was seen chatting with brother William.
But it is not known if he intends to talk face-to-face with his dad Charles, who looked distraught as the Duke was laid to rest.
According to the Daily Mail, the Prince of Wales wants to go for a walk with his youngest son, in line with current Covid regulations.
A source told the newspaper that Charles intends to spend time with Harry, adding: "There has been talk that Charles will walk around Windsor with Harry to look at some of the tributes and spend some time together."
They will have a lot to discuss, after Harry claimed his father had stopped taking his calls and had cut him off financially following his decision to quit royal duties.
Harry also claimed Charles and William were "trapped" in their roles - as well as alleging that an unnamed royal had raised concerns about son Archie's skin colour.
It is not clear whether the two will have a chance to talk face-to-face, with the Mail saying Harry is "anxious" to get back to Meghan - who stayed in California on doctors' orders.
After yesterday's funeral it is believed he returned to Frogmore Castle to continue to isolate, as required under coronavirus rules.
Earlier it was reported that Harry had received a frosty reception by other royals at yesterday's funeral.
According to the Mail on Sunday, Princess Anne, Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, did not acknowledge him before or during the service at Windsor Castle.
Only Prince Andrew, who stepped back from royal duties after a disastrous interview with the BBC in 2019, sympathised with him, a source told the newspaper.
They said: "He knows from Sarah Ferguson – and now first-hand – how it feels to be the outsider, which Harry very much is.
"As far as the others are concerned, there is a deep sense of protection towards the Queen and resentment towards Harry.
"There is little sympathy for him after what he and Meghan said on Oprah."
Yesterday Harry and William were seen talking to each other following the service for their grandfather, sparking hopes of a possible reconciliation.
William's wife Kate stepped away from the brothers to give them space to chat - the first time since Harry quit the UK for America that they have spent time together face-to-face.
Body language analyst Adrianne Carter said they appeared at ease.
She said: “Kate seemed to take the lead in chatting, but when the brothers started to walk together it was entirely natural with no sign of stress or discord in their companionship. There was no forced show and no sign of avoiding each other.
“In fact William paused so Harry could walk up the hill with them. It looks to me like grief has reunited them.”
Harry had spent the last week self-isolating at Frogmore Cottage, the property gifted to him and Meghan by the Queen after their marriage.