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Prince Harry reconciled with the royal family


Prince Harry has found his family for the funeral of Prince Philip, this Saturday, April 17. However, the tensions that have reigned for several months are far from being appeased, according to information from our sources.

Will time do its work? The confidences of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to Oprah Winfrey have shaken the British crown. So, if the Duke of Sussex made the trip to Windsor Castle, west of London, for the funeral of Prince Philip this Saturday, April 17, members of the royal family are “still very suspicious” of him, according to our source reports the news. According to the same source, there is still a “long way to go” before Archie’s father and his family reconcile.

According to an insider close to the royals, the difficulties are both “personal and professional”. Thus, “no one should underestimate the damage caused by this interview” with the famous American journalist, broadcast on CBS on Sunday, March 7. According to our source, this climate of tension is not only related to the comments made about family members, but also results from “the way [Prince Harry and Meghan Markle] attacked all the honest people who had worked for them and tried to support them. There’s a lot of anger about that.” According to the sources, Prince Harry wrote a “deeply personal” letter to his father, Prince Charles, “outlining his reasons for leaving,” promising to “respect the institution.”

This unexpected exchange between William and Harry

After the funeral ceremony of the Duke of Edinburgh, brothers Harry and William were seen talking. A stratagem put in place by Prince Charles, according to the statements of the journalist and former royal press secretary, Dickie Arbiter. “It was probably Charles’ initiative to send the cars away so that everyone could walk 200 meters to the castle like a good icebreaker,” he surmised recently. A first step towards their reconciliation? Only time will tell.

Meghan Markle aware of Harry’s difficulties: he called her every day 

Back in the UK for ten days for the funeral of Prince Philip, Prince Harry has not lived well with the distance with his wife and son. Thousands of miles away from each other, the Sussexes called each other every day to compensate for the lack.

Always united in the turmoil, the Sussexes had to do without each other for ten days. After learning of the death of Prince Philip, Prince Harry had jumped on a plane to attend the funeral, respecting the period of isolation imposed on travelers from abroad. A stay that had much worried the Duke of Sussex, in cold with the majority of his family members. While Meghan Markle had been forced to stay in Los Angeles after medical advice, her husband, for his part, faced the Crown more alone than ever.

A difficult moment added to the stress of Prince Harry, who left Meghan Markle for the first time in a year, and feared to leave her to manage Archie alone, she who is expecting their second child for several months. “Meghan and Harry called each other every day. She knows that the trip to the UK was difficult for Harry. He didn’t want to leave Meghan and Archie alone. Meghan has assured him every day that they are fine. She doesn’t want him to worry,” said our source

A chilly return

If he did not expect a big reunion, Prince Harry has still fallen from height. The atmosphere was indeed electric during his return, he who received a cold reception from some members of his family. While conversations with Prince Charles and Prince William have not succeeded, the Duke of Sussex preferred to fail Queen Elizabeth II by returning to Los Angeles before his 95 years. For a source close to the Crown, relations are unfortunately not close to returning to normal. “It’s a difficult time. The Duke of Edinburgh was the head of the family, and his departure was the perfect time to put an end to tensions.”

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