Prince Harry will return to his old home in Great Britain in the spring. But not this time to visit his father, King Charles, who is suffering from cancer.

As the British “Mirror” reports, among others, Prince Harry should return to Great Britain in May. This time the reason is not the health of his father, King Charles III, but the anniversary celebrations of the Invictus Games he founded.

Prince Harry recently returned to London due to King Charles' cancer.

Just a few days ago, Harry's trip to London made the news. The background was the shocking news that his father, the British monarch King Charles, was suffering from cancer. Immediately after the news broke, Harry flew from California to London, where he lives with his family. The 45-minute meeting between father and son in London raised hopes for a possible improvement in the strained family situation in the royal family.

The Duke's next visit has already been decided

The Duke of Sussex is expected to return to his old homeland this May. As the Mirror reports, Harry is expected to arrive to mark the tenth anniversary of the Invictus Games, a sporting event for servicemen and veterans with physical and mental disabilities, which was founded in 2014. The celebrations are expected to take place at St Paul's Cathedral in London.