Royal Family News: When Prince Charles Will Be King He Will WELCOME Prince Harry Back?
Prince Charles is expected to reconcile with his son, Prince Harry, once he ascends the throne and is crowned King.
According to several royal experts, it is anticipated that the Duke of Edinburgh will bury the hatchet with his son, the Duke of Sussex, once he is crowned King. While the relationship between the royal father and son has reportedly been strained for some time, that is expected to change. Continue reading and we’ll fill you in on the details.
Royal Family News: Charles-Harry Rift Could Be Mending, Harry-Meghan Reconsider Royal Departure
Per The News International, the rift between father and son that began following Prince Harry’s explosive Oprah interview, seems to be mending, and an expert said. The source added that Harry and Charles “are in regular contact contrary to recent reports.
Tom Quinn, author of “Kensington Palace: An Intimate Memoir from Queen Mary to Meghan Markle,” told Us Weekly that the Sussexes have been reconsidering their decision to step down as senior royals.
Royal Family News: Despite Queen Making Departure Permanent, ‘Things Will Change’
While discussing his new book Scandals of the Royal Palaces: An Intimate Memoir of Royals Behaving Badly, the royal author said that he thinks the Sussexes are hoping the future King will be open to them being “part-time royals,” something they’ve “wanted from the start.”
The 37-year-old prince and his wife, who married in May 2018, walked away from royal life just two years later, in 2020. The royal couple moved their family to California in March of the same year. Subsequently, Buckingham Palace announced in February 2021 that the Sussex’s royal departure would be permanent.
However, Quinn forecasts that “things will change” once the 73-year-old prince ascends the throne and becomes King.
Royal Family News: Different Royal Takes on the Same Situation
The author then addressed the current situation saying that the Queen “who grew up with this sense that you’re either in fully or out fully” will not allow the Sussexes to return to part-time royal duties. He said, “But … Charles may well allow this.”
Quinn explained that the future King may well “extend the olive branch” for the sake of optics. “It would be better to say to Harry, ‘OK, we’ll do it the way you want to do it. You can be here for six months,’” the writer said, emphasizing that it isn’t as if royal duties involve “anything politically sensitive or controversial.” Be sure to stay up to date on all your Royal Family News and return here often for more spoilers and updates.