Prince Harry and the British royal family may reconcile before the coronation of King Charles III in May, after the embarrassing publication of his memoir “Spear” (“The Substitute”), according to a press report published Saturday.
A source close to the King, who is also connected to Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, informed The Sunday Times that a gathering would occur between them in the forthcoming weeks prior to the coronation of May 6.
Flexibility for everyone
He also explained, according to a report published on the newspaper’s website, that “it will require flexibility on all sides, but it is possible and things are fixable,” adding that “there is a need for Harry to be here, in the room with the King (Charles III) and the Prince of Wales (William). , and two other family members, and some of his family members whom he trusted and always supported him, so that he would not think that he was being ambushed.”
He also stressed that “both sides need to come together and admit that “we did not do everything right, and we made a lot of mistakes,” and he should be told, “We understand the pain you went through.” The king can do that, “according to AFP.”
was “burning from the inside”
It is noteworthy that after months of anticipation and a wide publicity campaign, Harry’s diary book titled “Spear” was launched on Tuesday, and achieved record sales of 1.4 million copies for the English edition in the first 24 hours. Harry, who in the book accuses his brother of pushing him to the ground in a fight in 2019, said he wanted to reconcile with his family but wanted “accountability” first.
Although the royal family was silent on the matter, a source divulged that Prince William – Harry’s older brother and future heir to the throne – felt “burning inside” due to his younger sibling’s conduct towards their family.
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“needs a natural setting”
And he added: “Not everyone here behaved well, but Harry should be able to sit down and say ‘We didn’t behave well either’. That requires a lot of flexibility, which Harry is not very good at.”
He also pointed out that the essence of the issue is related to time now, explaining: “We must move, and get it done by April. Then, we need to involve the wives. The king needs a normal atmosphere during the coronation.”
‘a distraction and a distraction’
In turn, another royal source acknowledged to the newspaper that Harry and Megan, who left royal life in the United Kingdom and moved to California in 2020, should be invited before the historic royal event.
If this does not happen, the escalating dispute between the two brothers will become a “distraction”.
It is noteworthy that public opinion in Britain “turned” against Harry after the publication of the book, amid the most serious living crisis in the country in a generation.
A YouGov poll published in The Times found that only 24% of Britons have a positive view of the prince, down from 80% a decade ago, while 68% are critical of his behavior.