Prince Harry, William and Charles want to move on from fallout – but ‘no one knows how’
Prince Harry 'wants to move on' with family says Nicholl
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Prince Charles and his sons Prince William and Prince Harry all reportedly want to move on following the events of Megxit, but are unsure of how to reconcile. Prince Harry has spoken to Oprah Winfrey about his estrangement from his family and told how felt “really let down” by his father, the Prince of Wales.
Katie Nicholl, Royal Editor of Vanity Fair said, “My understanding is that William, Charles and Harry all want to be able to move on, they want to be able to put this really difficult chapter behind them and move on from it, I just think it’s a question of how.”
She also told Channel 5 documentary ‘Harry and Meghan: Three Troubled Years’ that in terms of a reconciliation, “I don’t think anyone really knows the answer to that at the moment”.
Relations between Prince Harry and the Royal Family have been strained since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced in January 2020 that they would be stepping down as senior working members of the Royal Family.
The move, dubbed as Megxit by the press, was said to have ‘blindsided’ Palace aides and led to crisis meetings between senior royals at the so-called ‘Sandringham Summit’.
The couple agreed to relinquish their HRH titles and royal patronages, which for Harry resulted in him losing several military appointments such as Captain General of the Royal Marines.
Since then, the couple have signed deals with Netflix and Spotify that are estimated to be worth £100 million, as part of their plan to become financially independent.
In a 2-hour long bombshell interview with US talk-show host Oprah Winfrey, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle detailed their reasons for leaving their public roles.
The interview was critical of the British monarchy and accused ‘The Firm’ of ignoring Meghan’s pleas for mental health support, leaving her suicidal whilst she was pregnant.
It was also revealed that an unnamed member of the Royal Family had commented on the colour of their unborn child’s skin and that Archie had been refused a title.
Meghan Markle also corrected the story about her relationship with Kate Middleton, revealing that it was Kate who had made her cry in a row over flower girl dresses. This confusion with the press had left her feeling unsupported by the Royal Family and vilified by the British press.
Prince Harry has detailed his relationship with his brother and father in both the ‘tell-all’ interview and since then, in his new docuseries ‘The Me You Can’t See’.
He characterised his relationship with Prince William as “space” and said that they were on “different paths”.
His relationship with Prince Charles however, appeared to be more strained. He criticised his father’s handling of the situation and took aim at his father’s parenting skills for not protecting his sons from the media intrusion they have received since childhood.
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He told Oprah, “My father used to say to me when I was younger, he used to say to both William and I: ‘Well it was like that for me so it’s gonna be like that for you.’”
The Duke of Sussex was reunited with his family for the funeral of his grandfather, Prince Philip. The Duke participated in the walk behind the hearse and was seen chatting to Kate Middleton and his brother outside St George’s Chapel.
However, private conversations between the Duke and his family have reportedly been unproductive.
Prince Harry will be reunited Prince William on July 1, where they will unveil a new statue of their mother Princess Diana at Kensington Palace, in celebration of what would have been her 60th birthday.
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