Thursday, 7 Dec 2023

King Charles’s promise could be key to ‘thawing’ feud with Harry and Meghan

The royal rift between King Charles and Prince Harry could be fixed in time for Christmas, it has been reported.

The Duke of Sussex and wife Meghan Markle would be willing to accept an invitation to spend the festive period at Sandringham, insiders claim.

Despite tensions between the two, it is understood the Duke spoke to King Charles on his 75th birthday.

Harry and Meghan, who live in California with their two children, Archie, four, and Lilibet, two, were not expected to join the Royal Family this Christmas. One reported issue was that they might require heightened protection as part of their visit.

However, sources told The Times that Charles’s birthday phone call could be a “turning point” in the difficult relationship between the Sussexes and the King.

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It has since been suggested that the couple would accept an invitation to spend the festive season in the UK.

A source told the newspaper: “I can’t imagine the Sussexes would decline an invitation to spend time with His Majesty.

“As of yet, there have not been any invitations for the holidays.”

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Another possible reason to heal the rift is that King Charles reportedly misses seeing Archie and Lilibet – who sang him Happy Birthday during a video call.

A source told the Mail on Sunday the King wanted “to spend more time with his grandchildren”.

It is also understood that another phone call between Prince Harry and the King will take place in the coming week.

Harry and Meghan have not spent Christmas at Sandringham since 2018.

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