King Charles and Prince William may reach a temporary truce with Prince Harry ahead of Charles’ coronation in May, an expert has suggested.
Talking to US Weekly, royal expert Jonathan Sacerdoti said that while Prince Harry’s bombshell memoir Spare has shut down any chances of a permanent reconciliation, the royal family could reach a temporary truce with the Sussexes for Charles’ coronation.
Sacerdoti said: “I suspect that there are some efforts going on to try and make some form of reconciliation. I think because they don’t want family tensions to upstage what’s going on that very important day.”
“Whether or not that’s possible is one thing, and whether or not it’s lasting is another thing. Even if they do manage to make some form of peace, it might be temporary,” he continued.
Sacerdoti further added: “I think it’s going to be extremely difficult for them as a family - and more broadly, for the nation and for the Institution - to forgive what’s happened.”
The expert then highlighted why members of the royal family may find it hard to move past Prince Harry’s book, saying, “Some of the individuals within Spare - the King, the Queen and the Prince of Wales – all come out of that book so badly.
"They’re so broadly criticised by Harry, so nastily criticised in sections, that I think they could be feeling very sore about this.”
Sacerdoti also said: “I think Harry and Meghan have said they’re expecting an apology, but I think there aren’t many people who agree that it’s due that way round.”
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