Prince Harry plans return trip to the UK as Kate Middleton drama engulfs Royal Family

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Prince Harry already planning his return trip to England after latest family drama

Prince Harry is thought to already be planning his return trip to England after the latest family drama.

The Duke of Sussex has let it be known that he is ready to offer assistance not just in light of his father’s cancer diagnosis – but also the new crisis that has unfolded around Kate Middleton. It comes as hospital bosses have launched a probe into claims Kate’s confidentiality was breached while she was a patient in The London Clinic in January – with at least one member of staff said to have been caught trying to access her medical notes.

A source told The Mirror: “Prince Harry is keen to come over and offer his help to the family. The Princess of Wale’s health woes and now the hospital ‘leak ‘crisis is a concern for the whole family – including Harry.”

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“It is a very sensitive matter, but Harry wants his family to know he is ready to step in and be of support. It’s a tough time for them all with King Charles’ cancer diagnosis but Harry is keen, now, more than ever to start moving forward and to rebuild damaged relationships.

“There is a lot of hurt between them all, but at the end of the day they are family. They all used to be so close, and Harry hasn’t forgotten the team they once were. Harry has offered his support and hopes they can come together as much as possible to support each other through this very difficult time for the family.”

The royal family has been plunged into crisis after the world-renowned hospital where the Princess of Wales was treated has launched an investigation over claims staff attempted to access her private medical records. Now bosses have launched a probe into the claims Kate’s confidentiality was breached while she was a patient in The London Clinic in January.

At least one member of staff was said to have been caught trying to access the 42-year-old’s notes. The allegations has sent shock waves through the hospital in ­Marylebone, Central London, which has a reputation for discreetly treating of the royal family, former presidents, PMs and celebrities.

One insider revealed: “This is a major security breach and incredibly damaging for the hospital, given its unblemished reputation for treating members of the Royal Family. Senior hospital bosses contacted Kensington Palace immediately after the incident was brought to their attention and assured the palace there would be a full investigation. The whole medical staff have been left utterly shocked and distraught over the allegations and were very hurt that a trusted colleague could have possibly been responsible for such a breach of trust and ethics.”

The probe comes after video and pictures emerged this week of Kate and Prince William at a farm shop in Windsor, amid conspiracy theories being churned out by internet trolls about her absence since having an abdominal operation. It is a criminal offence for any staff in an NHS or private healthcare setting to access the medical records of a patient without the consent of the organisation’s data controller. The Metropolitan Police did not confirm whether it had been informed of the allegations.

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