Harry and Charles to reconcile ‘special bond’ during Coronation

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The Coronation could bring King Charles and Prince Harry together to remember their “unique” and “special” bond”, an expert has claimed. Prince Harry will be reunited with his father in person for the first time in months, sparking reports of a reconciliation between the pair. Their relationship has been strained since Harry stepped away from the Royal Family over three years ago, admitting that his father “stopped taking his calls” following the move. But the Coronation could be the time for a change. Speaking on the possibility of a reconciliation, life coach and hypnotherapist Vicki Bahra said situations like this “bring a family together” and Prince Harry still has “love and care” for his family.

Prince Harry will travel to the Coronation alone after Buckingham Palace confirmed Meghan Markle will remain at their home in the US with their children Archie and Lilibet.

But Ms Bahra said any reconciliation would be done “out of mutual choice” by the couple but said the Coronation could make the Royal Family “remember what they did have and how special it was” before the rift began.

Speaking to Express.co.uk she said: “I feel that situations like this which bring the family together – a family which has such a unique bond and a lot of love, is slowly making everyone within the family remember what they did have and how special it was. So it could be an important building block towards a future reconciliation.

Ms Bahra added: “I think any reconciliation will be made after a huge amount of thought, discussion and time from all parts and if Harry and Meghan did decide to reconcile with the family, it would be likely that it would be done out of mutual choice and for the right reasons so I would think there would be a mutual agreement that everyone would try to make this a positive relationship and role in the family.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex officially stepped back from royal duties in March 2020, before moving to California where they now live with Archie, who turns four on the day of the Coronation, and Lilibet, one.

Before the split the couple played a poignant role in the Royal Family, making regular public appearances, particularly with Prince William and Kate, which gave them the nickname the ‘Fab Four’.

But Harry and William’s relationship has also been strained in recent years.

In his tell-all memoir ‘Spare’ Harry detailed a physical altercation with his brother in which he claimed he pushed him into a dog bowl.

Reports suggest William “doesn’t want to speak” to his brother at the Coronation and that they haven’t spoken since the Queen’s funeral.

Speaking to ITV’s Tom Bradby earlier this year, Harry said his family had “shown absolutely no willingness to reconcile”.

He added: “I love my father. I love my brother. I love my family. I will always do. Nothing of what I’ve done in this book or otherwise has ever been to harm them or hurt them.”

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King Charles appeared to have made an early olive branch with a picture included in the official Coronation programme, showing the Royal Family in happier times.

The photo shows Charles and Camilla with the Prince and Princess of Wales, their three children, George, Charlotte and Louis, and Meghan and Harry.

It was taken in the gardens of Clarence House in 2018 to mark Charles’ 70th birthday.

The photo features as a full-page spread on the 84-page programme, which can be bought for £20.

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