It is claimed in a new book that Prince Charles and Princess Diana did not change their September family ski trip plans to accommodate Prince Harry and Meghan’s return to the UK.
It is claimed in the upcoming book The New Royals: Queen Elizabeth’s Legacy and the Future of the Crown that William and Kate were unable to hold peace negotiations with the late Queen, King Charles, and the Queen Consort during their visit to the UK.
While Harry and Meghan were briefly back on British soil on way to The Hague for the Invictus Games earlier this month, the Waleses were apparently enjoying a family skiing vacation in the French Alps with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
Katie Nicholl writes that William “pointedly did not adjust his holiday plans” after the supposed slight.
During their short visit to the United Kingdom, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex met with Queen Elizabeth II and spent 15 minutes in an “awkward” meeting with Prince Charles and Camilla, to which they were reportedly 15 minutes late because of their flight delays from California.
A close friend of the family claimed, “Harry went in with hugs and the greatest of intentions and said he wanted to clear the air.”
His suggestion that they seek the help of a mediator to resolve their differences left Charles bewildered and Camilla sputtering into her tea.
She reportedly told Harry that their argument was silly and that they should work things out amongst themselves as a family.
The book also claims, citing an anonymous source, that when Prince Harry and Meghan departed the UK for the US in January 2020, William and Kate had a “feeling of relief” since the “drama was gone.”
Moreover, “William still cannot forgive his brother,” as Nicholl puts it.
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