Harry may bring Meghan and Lilibet to Diana Awards, expert claims
Prince Harry may bring Meghan to the Diana Awards in December, an expert claims.
MailOnline's Richard Eden claims: "Prince Harry could even bring Meghan and their baby daughter, Lilibet, who has still not met any other members of the Royal Family."
The same scenario was speculated around the unveiling of their mother's memorial statue in July but the Duchess of Sussex did not attend.
The organisers have confirmed that Princes William and Harry will both be attending the prize-giving ceremony at the end of the year which celebrates the life of their mother, Princess Diana.
Tessy Ojo told MailOnline: "We’re delighted that we still have the support of the Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex."
The 2021 Legacy Award will be held at Althorp, the Northamptonshire stately home where Diana grew up, and her brother, Earl Spencer, will act as host.
Ojo, who attended the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding, has a key role in helping reunite the Prince Harry and Prince William, as the Diana Award and claims that right now they are "the only charity that has both of them involved."
The chief executive for the awards said: "It really is a privilege."
Harry and Meghan were 'anxious and under pressure' at 9/11 event – body language expert
The Dukes of Cambridge and Sussex have not seen each other since the unveiling of the 60th birthday statue of their mother following months of feuding.
The brothers put on a united front in front of the cameras as the pair spoke about how to unveil the statue right so nothing could go wrong.
Body language expert Judi James told Daily Star that it was a "poignant moment", that "suggests that, whatever happens between them now, some kind of emotional reconciliation might be possible in the future."
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