The first saw him return for Prince Philip’s funeral in April.
Then, this month, he travelled back to unveil a new statue of his mother, Princess Diana, alongside his brother Prince William.
A highly anticipated event, royal commentators eager to examine how the pair behaved around each other given the context of their relationship.
While the unveiling went smoothly, reports emerged that Harry had quickly left shortly afterwards.
He stayed for a polite drink after the ceremony came to a close at 2.45pm.
But by 3.05pm he was driven out of Kensington Palace, according to the Daily Mail.
He was seen arriving for the statue unveiling at 1.32pm – just 28 minutes before it was due to start.
She told Express.co.uk: “At some point Harry will need, as will his father and brother, to sit down and talk.
“The fact that he could have stayed longer after the Diana statue and didn’t, again sends a message.
“Is he making an effort? Are they making an effort? We don’t know.”
Jokingly, she added: “We won’t know until William’s or Charles’ diaries are published.”
Ms Koenig argued that it is vital for Harry to open communications with the rest of his family going forward.
She continued: “Meghan and Harry are two human beings who have made a decision: they may not have made completely the right decision, and not every decision has been good, nor how they’ve reacted to situations, but that’s a whole other story.
“They need to do what they want to do, but both sides need to communicate.
Last week, Meghan announced that she was working on the couple’s second confirmed film production, as part of their mammoth Netflix deal.
‘Pearl’ will follow a 12-year-old girl’s “heroic adventures” as she converses with noteworthy women from history, with the Duchess as executive producer alongside Elton John’s husband, David Furnish.
This is on top of ‘Heart of Invictus’ announced earlier this year.
It will follow the journey of competitors entering the Invictus Games 2022 set to take place at The Hague, Netherlands.
Neither Harry nor Meghan will be directing the documentary.
Instead, they have brought in the director Orlando von Einsiedel and the producer Joanna Natasegara to oversee the making of the project. The duo previously created the documentaries The White Helmets and Evelyn for Netflix.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK