Prince Harry made headlines when he traveled alone to London to testify in the trial against Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN).
However, during his stay in the British capital, he decided not to seek contact with his father or any member of the royal family.
The Duke of Sussex, fifth in line to the throne, made history by being the first member of the British royal family to testify in court in more than 130 years.
During his speech, he accused the media of illegally obtaining private information.
He also told how this situation affected different aspects of his life, including his personal relationships.
What did King Charles say about Prince Harry?
After Prince Harry returned to his home in Montecito, California, along with his wife Meghan Markle and their children Archie and Lilibet, King Charles’ opinion about his son became known.
As revealed by a source close to the 74-year-old monarch to the British newspaper Daily Mail, Charles is “saddened, baffled” and increasingly “frustrated” by Harry’s behavior and why the prince simply carries on with his attitude.
“The king brings Harry up every time I see him. I don’t think we’ve moved past sad and bewildered, but there’s a bit more frustration at his behavior, because it just keeps going, the source reportedly said.
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The British media also highlighted that, during his visit, the Duke of Sussex, 38, did not take time to visit his family, despite staying at Frogmore Cottage, the official residence when he is in England.
In addition, they report that Harry is unlikely to attend the King’s upcoming birthday celebrations this weekend, and rumor has it that he was not invited.
Harry left England with the same haste as he did after King Charles’ coronation last May 6.
After arriving directly at Westminster Abbey and finishing the ceremony, he made his way to Heathrow Airport, where he boarded a flight to California.
In light of recent events, it seems that the possibility of reconciliation between the Duke of Sussex and the British royal family is moving further and further away.