The Platinum Jubilee celebrations this June will likely give Prince Harry and Prince William an opportunity to "thrash" their feud out. They will reportedly have to "make concessions" as it would be necessary for them to appear, alongside one another.

Expert Katie Nicholl recently shared the assertions to BirminghamMail, according to Express UK. She noted that this comes as the Duke of Sussex "will want to be a part" of the Queen's celebration of her reign milestone.

She continued that the youngest Wales prince will return to the United Kingdom during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations. As reported, there will be a four-day bank holiday in the country to have a series of events, which includes the Big Jubilee Lunch, from June 2 to June 5.

Apart from hashing it all out with Prince William, Prince Harry will, also, likely "resolve things" with Prince Charles. As asserted, the upcoming formal celebrations will give him the "change" to do so.

Nicholl explained that the Duke of Sussex will have to "meet his father and look him straight in the eye if their issues are to be fixed."

But, despite the positive outlook, readers at Express UK believe otherwise. One commenter stated that the royal expert is "delusional," adding that the youngest Wales prince "cannot be trusted."

Another netizen pointed out, as well, that any narrative from a "royal expert" has no "factual basis," making it a mere opinion.

Meanwhile, a different royal expert previously claimed that Prince Charles "extended an olive branch" to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. It was alleged that the Heir Apparent made an invite to the Sussex Royals to stay in his private residences, according to a separate report from Express UK.

Speaking to Us Weekly's "Royally Us," Christine Ross said that the Prince of Wales' invite comes as he wants to meet the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's daughter. Moreover, he "misses" the pair's first-born son causing him to make the "big step" of inviting the couple.

But, as to whether this is legitimate, no one can confirm. The involved British Royals in the narrative have yet to make any remarks about the matter.

In the end, it remains unclear if Prince Harry will fly back to his home country to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. The same is, also, true for his return in time for Prince Philip's memorial service.

What appears to be certain, though, is that there are plans for his and his family's return to the United Kingdom.