The Duke of Sussex insisted the royal family was “not at all willing to reconcile”, adding that he wanted his father and brother back. has been clarified.
The King and youngest son are understood to have kept in touch and met on numerous occasions in June to celebrate Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee.
Their relationship is sometimes strained, but the King repeatedly says the door is open and the Duke and Duchess are always welcome.
According to the same publication, Prince Charles has not watched the Sussexes’ controversial Netflix series, but is “deeply saddened” by the many criticisms of the Windsors.
According to sources cited by The Telegraph, King Charles doesn’t want any more bitterness and would welcome his second son back home.
The King is believed to have so far resisted the decision to allow the Sussexes’ children, Archie (three) and Lilibet (one), to use the titles of Prince and Princess. According to the Telegraph, this is understood to have caused some bitterness.
King Charles is said to be undecided on whether to allow his two youngest grandchildren to use their automatically acquired titles after Elizabeth II’s death.
Meanwhile, Harry told CBS host Anderson Cooper about the “betrayal” by Buckingham Palace on his 60 Minutes show.
In a one-minute excerpt, Harry says: , but that’s just the motto.
“They[Buckingham Palace]would give information or talk to a correspondent who would say they were literally spoon-fed and wrote an article and then contacted Buckingham Palace for comment below. But the whole story is Buckingham Palace’s commentary.
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