Prince Harry has returned to California where his pregnant wife, Meghan Markle, has been waiting for him after his brief visit to London for the funeral of his grandfather, Prince Philip.

The trip home has allowed the Duke of Sussex to make peace with his brother, Prince William, and father, Prince Charles. Harry confirmed that the three had family discussions while he was in town and the talks have indeed broken the ice. However, a source described the family meeting as a "small progress" since their issues have not been completely addressed "at great length."

According to Harper's Bazaar, Harry's trip back home has been very family-focused. Whatever issues they had with each other were simply set aside because of the funeral. The source denied that Prince Harry has written a "deeply personal" letter for Charles as his father actually left for Wales last Sunday.

Harry did have a chance to speak with Queen Elizabeth privately on two instances before he left for the U.S. Her Majesty celebrated her 95th birthday without any fanfare a day after the Duke of Sussex left for California.

Another source also told People that Meghan and their son, Archie, spoke with Her Majesty ahead of the funeral service. Meghan could not fly back home since she's at least seven months pregnant and was advised by her doctor to stay put.

The source also added that Harry spoke with his wife every day while he was in London as Meghan knew the trip back to London would be difficult for her husband. The Duke of Sussex hasn't seen his family for more than a year because of the pandemic but he was also worried for his wife, who is heavily pregnant with their second child.

Harper's Bazaar also reported that Harry will be back in July for Princess Diana's statue unveiling. The plans, however, have not yet been set in stone but he has all intentions to join William at Kensington Palace on this special day.

At their grandfather's funeral, royal expert Robert Lacey noted that Harry and William "drifted to each other" so naturally "just like the old days." It cannot be denied that despite their reported rift, the princes' bond remains.

Meanwhile, reports cited that Prince Harry will undergo a 10-day quarantine upon his return to the U.S. It is understood that he will be self-isolating at the Montecito mansion he shares with Meghan.