Prince Harry has been in the U.K. for approximately three days and it seems he might already have gotten a visit from his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.

ICYMI: The Duke of Sussex was spotted at Heathrow Airport on Friday ahead of Princess Diana’s statue unveiling. Harry, who is traveling without Meghan Markle and his two kids, is reportedly staying at Frogmore Cottage (his former U.K. home) with his cousin, Princess Eugenie, while he quarantines. (Per Hello!, under COVID restrictions, he is required to self-isolate for five days until he is able to do a ‘test to release.’)

Shortly after his arrival, The Mirror reported that the 95-year-old monarch was seen driving herself over to Frogmore. However, no word on if they actually spent time together face-to-face.

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“This evening, the Queen, 95, was seen driving herself towards Frogmore Cottage, where Harry is staying while in the U.K.,” the outlet explained. “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.” See the photo here.

Harry’s trip comes as he is expected to attend Princess Diana’s upcoming statue unveiling taking place on July 1 (what would have been the late royal’s 60th birthday) in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace. The event will mark the second time he’s returning to London since his decision to step down as a senior member of the royal fam.

As we mentioned above, Harry will be attending the special event without the Duchess of Sussex, who opted to stay in Montecito with their son Archie and their newborn Lilibet, who was born earlier this month.

We can’t wait to see Harry reunite with more family later this week.

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