Prince Harry: Has his attempt at reconciliation been rejected?

Prince Harry
Was his attempt at reconciliation rejected?

Prince Harry is said to have made specific proposals for reconciliation - and they fell on deaf ears.

Prince Harry is said to have made specific proposals for reconciliation - and they fell on deaf ears.

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The next tell-all book about the royals is in the starting blocks. The first excerpts from it do not cast a good light on the royal family.

A new alleged disclosure book suggests that it is primarily due to the British royal family that the dispute with Prince Harry (38) and Duchess Meghan (41) has not yet been resolved. So Harry actively made suggestions for reconciliation, which, however, caused ridicule on the other side. Excerpts from the book "The New Royals" by journalist Katie Nicholl, which is said to be based on reports by an alleged family friend of the Sussexes, are available to "Vanity Fair".

It says: "Harry has suggested hiring an arbitrator to settle the matter. This amused Charles and Camilla spat out her tea. She told Harry that it was silly and that we should settle it among ourselves." This conversation therefore took place in the spring of 2022 and happened at the request of today's King Charles III. (73).

Together with Duchess Meghan Prince Harry paid a surprise visit to the Queen (1926-2022) just before the couple traveled to the Netherlands for the Invictus Games. The book says of the two conversations: "Meeting Charles and Camilla was far more alienating compared to having a warm tea with the Queen."

More sticky claims

"The New Royals" also has hot material in relation to the Queen and Prince William (40) and Kate (40), who has now become a princess. The monarch, who died on September 8, 2022, was "hurt and exhausted" by Harry and Meghan's decision to step down as senior royals. At some point, however, she gave up and said: "I don't know, I don't care anymore and I don't want to think about it anymore."

Meanwhile, Prince William and Princess Kate even welcomed the Sussexes' move to the United States. The couple said they were "relieved" that with the move, "the drama was finally gone". An assumption that in retrospect turned out to be too naïve.


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