In cold for several months, Prince Charles and his son, Prince Harry, would have resumed contact following the birth of the second child of the Duke of Sussex, the little Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor.
It is a conflict that one would think endless. Since the announcement of his official departure from the British royal family, Prince Harry multiplies the damning declarations towards his roots, digging a deeper and deeper gap between him and his relatives. After a first shocking interview with his wife Meghan Markle last March, the Duke of Sussex once again attacked the Crown on May 21. In The Me You Can’t See, a documentary series broadcast on Apple TV, Harry blamed his relatives for neglecting Meghan from the moment she arrived in London. He also seriously blamed his father, Prince Charles, for having “let him suffer” during his over-publicized childhood
Unsurprisingly, the statements of Prince Harry have strongly shaken the son of Elizabeth II. “It’s so hurtful to Prince Charles. He is a sensitive man and his personal attacks affect him deeply,” revealed a source to The Sun newspaper. But a ray of sunshine could well come to light the path of the two men. On June 6, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced the birth of their second child, a baby girl named Lilibet “Lili” Diana Mountbatten-Windsor. And according to a report by The Daily Telegraph, this birth would have started an unexpected rapprochement between Princes Charles and Harry.
Harry and Charles in “regular contact
Indeed, the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Sussex would be “regular contact” since the birth of Lilibet. Prince Charles would have seized this opportunity to call his son more “frequently” and their relationship would have “taken a turn since the shocking statements” of the youngest of Lady Di. Will the first American Royal Baby allow the Windsors to settle their differences once and for all? One thing is sure, the Firm seems ready to bury the hatchet. According to the British press, Queen Elizabeth II has already invited her grandson Harry to lunch at Windsor Castle in July, when she returns to London to unveil a statue of his mother, Lady Diana.