The Queen drives to Frogmore at Windsor after Harry’s arrival (Image: © Kelvin Bruce / Jim Bennett)

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The Queen has been spotted heading to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor today as Prince Harry landed in the UK ahead of his reunion with Prince William.

The Duke of Sussex has returned for the unveiling of a memorial statue for his mother Princess Diana, commissioned to honour her memory.

Harry jetted to England on Friday and will now quarantine as the final preparations are made for the ceremony next Thursday.

This evening, the Queen, 95, was seen driving herself towards Frogmore Cottage, where Harry is staying while in the UK.

It is not known if the Queen and Harry actually saw one another in person, as the prince must self-isolate for five days due to Covid travel restrictions.

Her Majesty, 95, was seen driving herself towards Frogmore Cottage, Harry's official residence when returning to the UK from his home in LA
(Image: © Kelvin Bruce / Jim Bennett)

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Harry's cousin, Princess Eugenie, also lives in Frogmore Cottage with her husband Jack Brooksbank and their son August.

The property is said to have been split up into two sections.

The Princess Diana memorial event will be a "very personal moment" for Harry, William and their close family, a royal source has said.

But the plans have been scaled back with many of Diana's friends and colleagues unable to attend due to Covid regulations not being lifted on June 21.

The Daily Mail claims many of Diana's friends were left disappointed by the move and a separate larger event is likely to take place in September.

Prince Harry arriving at Heathrow Airport today
(Image: Ian Vogler / Daily Mirror)

Harry and William will reunite for the unveiling of a memorial statue to their mother Diana, Princess of Wales'
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A spokeswoman for Harry confirmed the duke had arrived "safely" at his private residence Frogmore Cottage, close to the Queen's Windsor Castle home.

Diana's sons will put their differences aside for the event on July 1, which would have been their mother's 60th birthday.

Kensington Palace has confirmed the royal brothers and Diana's close family – thought to be her siblings – and others involved in organising the statue will attend the ceremony in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace.

A royal source said: "This is a small event and a very personal moment for the family.

Meghan has remained in America
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"Plans have been scaled back due to the current Covid-19 restrictions and media arrangements reflect both the size and tone of the event."

Diana's sons commissioned the statue in 2017 – the 20th anniversary year of her death – to celebrate her life and legacy.

William and Harry's troubled relationship is well-documented, but their mother will be their focus next Thursday as they commemorate her life.

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In a statement when the project was announced, the royal brothers said: "Our mother touched so many lives. We hope the statue will help all those who visit Kensington Palace to reflect on her life and her legacy."

Among those attending the unveiling will be members of the statue committee, sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley who created the artwork, and garden designer Pip Morrison.

Harry lives in California with wife Meghan and their two children, Archie and Lilibet.

As the US is on the UK Government's amber list for Covid-19, he must quarantine for 10 days, but can end his isolation early under the test to release scheme by taking coronavirus tests on day two and five.

These must be negative in order for him to end the quarantine early.