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Prince Harry: a step towards reconciliation with his father Prince Charles

While Prince Charles and Prince Harry did not speak for months, their relationship seems to have calmed down. The father and the son discuss again…

And if the tense relations of princes Charles and Harry finally calm down? For months, and the departure of the Sussexes in the United States, the future king of England is not tender with his youngest son, touched and annoyed that he took such a decision. And time has not really soothed his heart because the son of Elizabeth II has not seen Prince Harry for over eight months and the funeral of Prince Philip.

But according to information from Page Six, however, the father and son are again on good terms. “Charles was extremely hurt when Harry and Meghan simply walked out on him, when they were abandoning their roles and moving abroad,” a royal source told Page Six. I don’t think Harry and Charles talked for quite some time, but now the channels of communication are open.”

While Princes Harry and Charles may be talking again, their problems are not over. Far from it. “I don’t think everything is rosy. It’s not like they sit down for a one-on-one phone call once a week,” the Crown source continued. Especially since the latest revelations about the Duke of Cornwall must have put water on the fire. In his book Brothers And Wives: Inside The Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan, Christopher Andersen assures that the member of the royal family who made comments about the skin color of little Archie was Prince Charles. In this book, he reveals a conversation that allegedly took place between the Prince of Wales and Camilla Parker Bowles on the day of Harry and Meghan‘s engagement, November 27, 2017.

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“I wonder what their children will look like,” he reportedly asked his wife, who replied, “Well, I’m sure they will be beautiful.” “I mean what could their children’s skin color be?”, Prince Charles then reportedly added. As soon as this excerpt was published in the columns of Page Six, a representative of the future king of England spoke up. “This is fiction and not worth commenting on further,” he assured The Sun. Neither one nor two, the son of Elizabeth II would have contacted the lawyers of the British royal family to give a judicial follow-up to these accusations. Prince Harry does not seem to believe in the guilt of his father. One of his relatives explained, “I think in the family, on both sides of the Atlantic, they are united in agreeing that they no longer want to give credit to this book.”

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