Prince Harry: problems with the royal family and Charles

Apparently Prince Harry and Charles were unable to resolve the problems during their stay in London.

After just over a year, Prince Harry had to fly to the UK to be at the funeral of his grandfather Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh. Many of us thought it would be the perfect opportunity to repair relationships with his father, Prince Charles and his brother William, but everything seems to indicate that it is not.

Several media caught the youngest son of Lady Di in a long conversation with his brother Prince William, but not with prince charles, contrary to what had been previously reported.

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“Unfortunately, Harry and Charles did not resolve their differences when Harry returned to the UK. They barely communicated ”, revealed a source to Us Weekly. “There is definitely still a big gap between the two.”

The relationship between and his father is not good at all, as he said in an interview with Oprah Winfrey, as he assured that he did not answer his calls; However, the Duke of Sussex hoped to settle the differences with him, however, during the funeralThey apparently did not have a chance to talk.

“Charles is still angry that Harry cast a shadow on him and his family and it is a situation that he will not let go of. Harry also didn’t run back to Charles asking for forgiveness; He still hasn’t forgiven his father for his lack of effort and support after he and Meghan decided to move. The reason Harry returned to the UK was to see the Queen and pay his respects to Prince Philip. “

So far it is known that Harry will return to the United Kingdom in July for the unveiling of the statue that will be dedicated to his mother, Princess Diana, where he will meet other members of the royal family.

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