- Publish Date
- Friday, 10 September 2021, 7:47PM
Since stepping back from his role as a senior royal and moving to California, Prince Harry's relationship with his family has been somewhat rocky.
However, the Duke of Sussex is reportedly expected to reunite with the royal family for a new documentary honouring the late Prince Philip, who passed away in April this year aged 99.
The show, which will air on the BBC, was originally commissioned to celebrate the 100th birthday of the Duke of Edinburgh.
Instead, it will now see his children and grandchildren come together to remember and celebrate his life.
In a statement about the documentary, the BBC said: "For the first time on television, more than a dozen members of the royal family offer their personal thoughts and reflections as they pay a historic tribute to the extraordinary life of His Royal Highness Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh."
"There are poignant recollections, plenty of humour and numerous fresh insights into the character and legacy of this royal pioneer," the BBC added.
Harry previously reunited with his family when he returned to the UK alone in April to attend his grandfather's funeral.
Following that, he reunited with his brother Prince William in July to unveil a memorial to his late mother, Princess Diana.
It's unclear whether Meghan Markle will join her husband for the documentary, but the BBC explained it "features interviews filmed both before and after the Duke's death in April."
Although the Queen is not mentioned as a contributor to the show in the announcement, the documentary will have access to her "private cine-film collection."