• Prince Harry is expected to return to the U.K. for the unveiling of Princess Diana's statue on July 1
  • The Duke of Sussex's stay will not be as long as his visit during Prince Philip's funeral, a report says
  • Prince Harry reportedly hopes to get back to his wife Meghan Markle and their kids as soon as possible

Prince Harry will not be staying long in the U.K. when he returns to his home country for the unveiling of Princess Diana's statue next week, according to a report.

Prince Harry and Prince William are expected to reunite in London on July 1, on what would have been Princess Diana’s 60th birthday, to unveil the statue of their late mother in the Sunken Garden of Kensington Palace. However, the Duke of Sussex's visit will be quick because he wants to get back to his wife, Meghan Markle, as soon as possible, Us Weekly reported.

"It’ll be a fleeting visit," an unnamed source told the outlet.

The insider added that it won't be as long as his visit in April for Prince Philip's funeral service. "He’ll be in and out," the tipster said of Prince Harry.

The duke wants to "get back" to his wife in California immediately since they just welcomed their second child, Lili, according to the insider. They welcomed their daughter on June 4 and announced her arrival two days later.

"While the brothers are uniting for the unveiling, sadly, they won’t get to spend much time together," the insider added.

According to a second source who spoke to the outlet, Prince Harry likely won't appear publicly the whole time he's in the U.K. because he has to follow protocols. He will need to take a COVID-19 test and quarantine for 10 days. He will get a second COVID-19 test before reuniting with his family, the insider added.

The memorial for Princess Diana will also include a plaque, a playground and a fountain that surrounds the sculpture of the late royal.

It was earlier reported that Markle will not be accompanying Prince Harry for his second U.K. trip this year. She also didn't join him when he returned for Prince Philip's funeral in April because she was heavily pregnant at the time.

"Meghan has just had a baby and has no plans to travel to London for the memorial event planned for the statue unveiling in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace," an unnamed insider told Entertainment Tonight earlier this month.

Meanwhile, royal biographer Katie Nicholl, author of "Harry: Life, Loss and Love" previously suggested that it will take more than two meetings for Prince Harry to end his rift with the royal family. Nicholl believed there is still too much hurt and resentment between the two parties.

"The idea that Harry's suddenly going to come around to William's way of thinking, and vice versa, I think is way off. I think there do need to be more conversations, there's clearly still a lot of hurt, a lot of resentment, and a degree of mistrust on both parts," she told ET.

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MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 04: Prince Harry visits the NHS Manchester Resilience Hub on September 4, 2017 in Manchester, England. Chris Jackson - Pool/Getty Images