With the return of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to the United States, it seems that the truce between the Sussexes and the British royal family, who during the days following the death of Queen Elizabeth, had kept the peace.
At the end of Elizabeth II’s state funeral, Meghan and Harry headed to their residence in California to be with their two children, Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1. Once they left the UK, the British press began to uncover some conflicts that arose in the family.
Discussion between King Charles III and Prince Harry
According to some media reports, King Charles III made a rebuff to the Duchess of Sussex on the day of the Queen’s death.
The Sun has published that Charles did not allow Harry to take Meghan to Balmoral on the day of the death of the monarch. The media notes that Charles told him that “it was not appropriate”. The youngest son of Princess Diana had no choice but to accept his father’s decision and traveled alone for the last moments of the queen.
But that refusal gave way to Harry not agreeing to dine with him and William hours after Elizabeth II’s death.
“Charles III invited Harry to dine with him, but he was so furious that he refused to eat with his father and brother,” revealed a source quoted by the British media.
Not only with Charles was the problem, the press notes that William also had a “disagreement” with his brother.
Two days after the Queen’s death, Harry reappeared with his brother William and their respective wives Meghan and Kate in the grounds of Windsor Castle, the first time the four had appeared together in a long time.