The royal family and Harry reportedly reconciled over the coronation

According to a report, the royal family may reconcile Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle For the upcoming coronation ceremony of King Charles. The coronation is on the same day as Archie’s fourth birthday, and it’s also the day Camilla Queen Consort takes her title.

Harry and Meghan have been very open about their experience as senior royals since leaving the UK for America. The couple have since released a documentary and Harry, his memoir Reserve.

In the memoir, he revealed several juicy details about the royal family’s business and personal conflicts. The Duke of Sussex even wrote about how he fought with his brother, Prince William, for calling his wife Meghan offensive names.

Read on to learn more.

The royal family may reconcile with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

06/08/2019 England The Trooping the Color ceremony marking the monarch's official birthday in London.  II.  Queen Elizabeth, Duchess of Cornwall, Admiral Timothy Laurence, Prince Charles, Prince Andrew of Wales, Princess Beatrice of York, British Princess, British Princess Anne, Princess Royal, II.  Queen Elizabeth, Eugenie, Duchess of York, Lady Louise Windsor, Prince Andrew, Prince of the City Harry, Prince of York, Duke of Sussex, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex

Royal expert Jonathan Sacerdoti spoke to him Us Weekly and shared that he thinks the royal family can reconcile with Prince Harry and Princess Meghan. According to the journalist, the reconciliation may be temporary, but III. For the upcoming coronation of King Charles.

He stated: “I suspect there are some efforts going on for some form of reconciliation… I think it’s because they don’t want (family tensions) to subvert what’s happening on that very important day. I think it will be extremely difficult for them as a family – and in a broader sense for the nation and the institution – to forgive what happened.”

The upcoming coronation is set for May 6, 2023, which also happens to be Archie’s fourth birthday. King Charles’s wife, Kamilla, also assumes her new title as Queen Consort during the coronation.

They were open about their royal seniority

The National Service of Thanksgiving to celebrate Her Majesty The Queen's Platinum Jubilee at St Paul's Cathedral, London, UK on June 3, 2022.  3 June 2022. Pictured: Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Britain's Duke of Sussex.

Since Harry and Meghan stepped back from senior royal duties in 2020, they have been very open about their experiences. The couple shared stories from the royal family in a tell-all interview with CBS, a Netflix docu-series, and Harry recently published his memoir. Reserve.

They aired their grievances with the monarchy, considering it a “corrupt” institution, and with the British press. In his memoir, Harry wrote about a fight he had with Prince William after he allegedly called Meghan “rough and difficult”.

The prince shared that his brother William “grabbed” him by the collar and “knocked him to the floor” during the fight, adding that he bumped into his dog’s bowl, which broke and tore his skin.

Prince Harry also wrote about his father in the “reserve”

Prince Harry at Windsor Castle on September 19, 2022 in Windsor, England.

In addition to his claims about William, who is currently the heir to the British throne, Harry also openly criticized his father. In his memoir, he shared that Charles once said the family didn’t have “enough money to go around,” which meant he and Meghan would have to manage his finances. However, William and Kate were not exempt from accessing family funds.

Harry wrote it, per Us Weekly“Dad may have been afraid of the rising costs of our upkeep, but he really couldn’t put up with someone new ruling the monarchy, grabbing the limelight, someone bright and new coming in and overshadowing him. He had been through this before and had no interest in going through it again.

Family ties are strained

After the death of Queen Elizabeth

During Sacerdoti’s talk Us Weekly, also noted that Harry’s statements about his interactions with his family are not a good sign that the reconciliation will last. He said: “I think Harry and Meghan have said they expect an apology, but I don’t think a lot of people would agree that’s the way it’s going.”

Sacerdoti continued: “Some of the characters in (Spare) – the king, the queen and the Prince of Wales – all come off so badly in that book. Harry criticizes them so widely, sometimes so badly, that I think they are very hurt by this situation.”

The Oxford senior then explained that the royal family may be keeping quiet amid the criticism because they don’t want to further provoke Harry and Meghan. He said the attacks were not only “damaging to them emotionally and personally, but also to the nation because this attack is part of the constitution of Great Britain”.

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