Prince Harry on ‘healing journey’ as he promotes Invictus Games
An immediate peace deal involving King Charles, Prince Harry and Prince William has been dashed by a Royal Family author after he claimed they are “all as far apart as ever.”
Harry’s relationship with his father and older brother is understood to have hit rock bottom following several claims he made against Royal Family members in his tell-all memoir, Spare.
The Duke of Sussex attended the Coronation of King Charles in May but cut a distant figure, sitting three rows back at Westminster Abbey before reportedly leaving immediately after to fly home to Montecito, California.
He will return to the UK to attend a charity event on September 7 and to remember Queen Elizabeth II on the first anniversary of her death. The King will still be at his Balmoral residence, where he plans to spend the anniversary of his mother’s passing on September 8.
Phil Dampier now believes there is no chance of a reconciliation in two weeks, telling GB News: “It wouldn’t have been too much trouble for Harry to stay a few days before the Invictus Games to talk to his father and his brother.
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“But it seems William and Kate are going to be in Wales, according to reports, and the King will be in Scotland.
“It just goes to show they are all as far apart as ever and there is no chance of a reconciliation in the near future.”
Harry’s once close relationship with William is understood to have plunged to new depths following the release of Spare earlier this year.
The memoir saw the Duke of Sussex make several claims against the Prince of Wales and his wife, Princess Kate.
Dampier doubted whether the royal brothers can ever reconcile, adding: “I don’t think William will ever forgive Harry, it’s very sad to say.
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“I don’t think the two brothers will ever make it up or trust each other again. It is deeply sad. If they aren’t going to make the time to meet up with each other, what future is there?”
Harry will travel to the UK to attend WellChild Awards – the day before the first anniversary of his grandmother’s death.
The Duke of Sussex said he will be “honoured” to attend this year’s WellChild Awards for a children’s charity he has been a patron of for 15 years. The ceremony takes place on September 7.
The prince released a statement through WellChild, saying: “For nearly 20 years, WellChild has been transforming the lives of children and young people across the UK, providing critical care that priorities the physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of these individuals and their families.
“The courage and strength embodied by these young people – and the tireless devotion of those who support them – never cease to inspire me. I’m honoured to attend this year’s awards ceremony and celebrate their incredible work.”
The event will see Harry spend time with each award winner and their families at a reception before the main ceremony, where he will present the award for Inspirational Child before delivering a speech.
Meghan Markle will reportedly not be with her husband for the WellChild event, and will instead she’ll meet him in Dusseldorf, Germany for the start of the Invictus Games a few days later.
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