Prince Harry has been spotted for the first time after coming out of isolation (Image: Phil Harris/Reach PLC)
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Prince Harry has been spotted for the first time after coming out of quarantine.
The Duke of Sussex has been isolating at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, where he previously lived with wife Meghan Markle, as he prepares for the Princess Diana statue unveiling.
He was snapped in a car arriving at Kew Gardens this afternoon.
Harry is set to join his brother Prince William to view the statue erected in the palace's gardens to mark what would have been their late mother's 60th birthday.
The 36-year-old reportedly flew into the UK early so he had enough time to quarantine before today's event.
Organisers managed to keep a tight lid on any details.
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William and Harry will come together for the Princess Diana statue unveiling (file photo)
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William and Harry are set to spend time together for the first time since Prince Philip's funeral in April, with insiders hoping they can clear the air.
The brothers' relationship has reportedly been damaged for some time, with Harry famously describing their relationship as "space" and claiming the second-in-line to the throne is "trapped" during his bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.
But the brothers are reportedly set to put their differences aside for the day, and will meet privately once the statue unveiling is done.
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An insider said the pair would be "putting on a brave face for the event like they did at the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral", reports the Daily Telegraph.
They added: “They both know it is not about them but remembering the late princess.”
Harry flew to the UK alone, as Meghan stayed in the US having recently given birth to their daughter Lilibet, as well as looking after their son Archie.
Prince William, Prince Harry and Kate Middleton at Prince Philip's funeral
While he and Meghan were stripped of their royal patronages after severing ties with palace life last year, they have maintained links to a series of charities on behalf of their Archewell foundation.
Designed by Ian Rank-Broadley, it is said to depict a "youthful" Princess of Wales, who was just 36 when she died in 1997.
Both Harry and William were involved in designing the statue, it is claimed, spending months advising on the very last details.
The Duke of Cambridge is understood to have arranged a private viewing of the monument for his children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
He and his eldest son, George, seven, were seen alongside Kate Middleton cheering on England at Wembley last night.
William was seen uncharacteristically going wild after Raheem Sterling put the Three Lions 1-0 up in the 75th minute.