According to a new report, the 72-year-old Prince of Wales will not join Harry and Meghan Markle for Princess Diana's statue unveiling amid the royal family feud.
Charles will conveniently be at his Scottish estate, Balmoral, when his son and daughter-in-law travel across the globe to pay tribute to Harry's late mother, reports The Sun.
“Charles has made it quite clear he will not be around … because he is going to Scotland,” a source told the outlet.
“There is no planned meeting between the three of them,” they added.
When Harry and Meghan arrive to the UK ahead of the festivities on July 1, Charles will be more than 400 miles away.
The 36-year-old Duke of Sussex is currently at odds with his father and older brother, Prince William.
Once he and his wife arrive in the country, they will reportedly be forced to quarantine for five days.
Harry and William will put on a united front for the sake of their mom's memory.
"The boys will walk out together out of respect for their mom,” a source revealed to The Sun, adding the feuding brothers will give separate speeches during Diana's tribute.
“There have not been any personal chats or proper talks, just a very brief and minimal exchange of text messages,” the insider said.
“The relationship is still very much strained and there’s no sign yet that there will be any sort of coming together any time soon,” they stated.
As Radar reported, Meghan will travel across the pond for the monumental day and be Harry's support system amid the tension among the family.
“Meghan knows how hard it was to attend his grandfather’s funeral alone and doesn’t want that to happen again. Harry was given the cold shoulder by most of his relatives, with several refusing to talk to him or even make eye contact,” a palace insider told us.
“Since the funeral things have got worse, not better, so you can only imagine how he will be treated at the big event on July 1st,” the source added.
We're also told while their newborn daughter, Lilibet, won't be making the trek, Harry and Meghan's oldest child -- 2-year-old son Archie -- might travel with the couple.
If that happens, Charles won't just be missing out on seeing his son and daughter-in-law, but his grandchild too.