Prince Harry will return to the United Kingdom on the first anniversary of Queen Elizabeth’s death.
On September 7, the Duke of Sussex is set to attend a charity awards ceremony for WellChild in London.
Harry has been a patron of the organization for the past 15 years and has previously attended the awards 11 times.
He was supposed to attend the occasion with Meghan Markle last year before his grandma died.
WellChild reports that Harry “will spend time with each winner and their families at a pre-ceremony reception, listening to their stories and helping to create lifelong memories.”
He will also give a speech and present an award.
In a statement released on Wednesday, Prince Harry said: “For nearly 20 years, WellChild has been transforming the lives of children and young people across the UK, providing critical care that prioritizes the physical, mental and emotional well-being of these individuals and their families.
“The courage and strength embodied by these young people — and the tireless devotion of those who support them — never cease to inspire me. I’m honored to attend this year’s awards ceremony and celebrate their incredible work.”
Following that, Harry will fly to Germany for the sixth year of the Invictus Games competition.
It is unknown whether Meghan Markle will accompany him to the United Kingdom or if he will meet other members of the Royal Family.
Meanwhile, King Charles and Queen Camilla will spend September 8 at their Balmoral estate in Scotland in solitary thought.
The late Queen died at Balmoral last year, aged 96, on her annual summer visit.
When the news of his grandmother’s death emerged, Harry was on his way to Scotland.
The prince claimed in his memoir, published in January of this year, that Charles ordered Harry not to bring Meghan to Balmoral Castle.
In a January interview, he stated, “The day she died was just a really, really horrible reaction from my family members.”
“I was like ‘We’re here to celebrate the life of granny and to mourn her loss, can we come together as a family?”