King Charles III shakes hands with Prince Harry

For a long time there was an ice age between King Charles III. and his son Prince Harry. But Charles apparently wants a reconciliation, as royal experts suspect. Whether Prince Harry is ready to take a step towards his family remains to be seen.

In recent years, Prince Harry (38) and his wife Duchess Meghan (41) have done a lot to poison the relationship with the British Royals. First, in 2020, they announced that they would step back from all royal commitments and moved to the United States. There they gave the US talker Oprah Winfrey (69) an explosive interview in March 2021, in which they denounced, among other things, racism and emotional coldness at court. A Netflix documentary and Harry’s memoir, Spare, followed, which also published allegations against the royals.

King Charles III (74) would therefore have every reason to delete his son, who lives with Duchess Meghan and their two children Archie (4) and Lilibet (2) in Montecito, California, from his life. But the 74-year-old seems to be much more interested in reconciliation.

Nobility Expert: King Charles III. wants to “heal family conflict”

As reported by, aristocratic expert Richard Palmer stated on the Daily Express program Royal Round Up that he was certain that King Charles III. ready to welcome Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan back. “I mean, he’s very interested in healing the family conflict,” Palmer said. However, the situation is very difficult at the moment. In addition, King Charles III. not seen his son on his last two visits to the UK.

Prince Harry on a flying visit to the coronation

At the coronation of King Charles III, Prince Harry showed that he was also willing to approach his family. He insisted on attending the ceremony on May 6, 2023 in London, but appeared alone. However, he traveled back to California the same day. The suspected reason: Son Archie turned four on May 6th. And as a caring dad, Prince Harry didn’t want to miss his son’s birthday.

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