Prince Charles and William ‘still very hurt’ by Harry and Meghan ‘Things not settled’

Prince Harry: Charles and William still ‘very hurt’ says expert

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Royal commentator Russell Myers argued that Prince Charles and Prince William were still hurt by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s comments on the Royal Family. While speaking on the Lorraine show, Mr Myers insisted things were not settled within the family. Mr Myers noted Prince Harry had made attempts to reach out to the family but work still needed to be done in repairing the relationships.

Mr Myers said: “Tensions have been running very high and Prince Harry wrote a very personal letter to Prince Charles.

“On the one hand, you might think that is quite sweet as Harry is trying to mend bridges.

“But let’s not forget what was said in that Oprah interview.

“Prince Charles and Prince William are still both very hurt by what was said.

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“There were a lot of allegations thrown out and those things are not settled.

“It certainly wasn’t the time to be settling those issues as the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.”

Mr Myers also revealed that Prince Harry had met with his brother and father following the funeral, though no word on whether these issues were addressed and sorted.

The Royal expert continued: “Despite the tensions running high, we do know Charles, William, Kate and Harry got together for a couple of hours after the funeral.

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“I don’t think anything was settled but it shows you that there is potentially a chance for some bridges to be mended.

“However, it is a long road back.”

Lorraine agreed and laughed at the idea of Harry sending a letter rather than having a phone call but Mr Myers remarked the Prince of Wales was old-school and liked his letters.

During Prince Philip’s funeral on Saturday, royal commentators reflected on the scenes of Prince Harry and William seen talking after the ceremony. 

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Some argued this would have been a formality and politeness while others insisted this was the start of the rebuilding of the relationship.

Royal expert Robert Hardman said: “I think today we saw the start of them coming back together.

“They are catching up and reminiscing and I think today will have been a very unifying day. 

“After all we are here to honour a man born in one Royal Family and devoted his life to another.

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