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Meghan, Harry, Kate and William’s planned reunion promises to be high-risk


In an interview with Vanity Fair, royal historian Robert Lacey spoke about what is at stake with the reunion of Meghan Markle, Harry, William and Kate Middleton on July 1.

Buckingham Palace is advancing at a velvet pace. In five months, Elizabeth II, her son, Prince Charles, and her grandsons, Harry and William, will meet around the table to take stock of the transition period that followed the Megxit.

Prior to that, and against a backdrop of heightened tensions between Harry and William, the former Fab Four will meet on July 1 to unveil the statue of Princess Diana to be installed at Kensington Palace. A reunion that carries a huge stake, according to royalty historian Robert Lacey, interviewed by Vanity Fair.

“The question will be to know to what extent this reconciliation will appear authentic. I imagine that some people might feel as if they were witnessing a staged event, which could be fatal for the royal family.

Somebody has to step in to make things right,” he told the magazine, pointing out that, if necessary, “there will either be a reconciliation or a break-up”. However, the historian was rather pessimistic about the hypothesis of an easing of tensions between Harry and William.

A crucial issue for Harry

The two brothers, however, may be forced to put water in their wine, especially Harry, who has the most to lose. Starting with his military titles, notably that of Captain General of the Royal Marines, which Meghan Markle’s husband had to abandon temporarily with the Megxit.

According to persistent rumours, Prince William could indeed recover this title if Harry and Meghan Markle’s relations with the royal family have not calmed down. The reunion of July 1st will thus have to give a determining clue on the discussions which will take place next March.

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