Prince Harry is reportedly poised to bury royal feud, aiming to mend fences before Christmas.
Recent reports reveal a heartening phone call between the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, with King Charles III on his 75th birthday.
Omid Scobie, the couple's biographer, detailed the family's rifts in his book, Endgame, noting that Meghan may never return to England due to the chilly reception from the royals.
It's disclosed that Harry, hopeful for a family reunion, is now open to 'forgetting' his disagreements with the royal family.
Scobie's book, excerpted in a French magazine, captures Harry's sentiment: "I'm ready to forget. Get an apology or explanation? At this point, who cares, right?"
The Duke of Sussex has once again voiced his wish for an apology from the royal family concerning their treatment of Meghan.
His desire stems from a hope that the family would comprehend the challenges she purportedly faced.
As per the Mirror's latest findings, additional excerpts from Endgame shed light on the Sussexes' ongoing efforts to maintain a connection with the royal family.
Surprisingly, despite the existing discord, it's disclosed that Harry and Meghan continue to share photos and updates of their children, Archie and Lilibet, with their estranged relatives.
The recent birthday phone call between Harry, Meghan, and King Charles is now viewed by many as a strategic move, interpreted as the couple's attempt to mend fences and rebuild bridges with the royal family.
In a poignant revelation from the book, Prince Harry reportedly implored his father, King Charles, with the heartfelt question, "Don't you want to see your grandchildren?" The disclosure sheds light on a period when the Duke's life when he and Meghan Markle were compelled to vacate Frogmore Cottage.
Amid what is now dubbed as Prince Harry's "reconciliation tour," attempts to mend fences with King Charles have been underway.
However, the circumstances leading to the royal couple leaving Frogmore Cottage were far from amicable.
According to the book, the Sussexes were informed that they must surrender the keys to the multi-million dollar UK home, a generous gift from the late Queen Elizabeth upon their 2018 wedding.
Author Omid Scobie describes this move as "a cheap shot from a wounded father bound by an institutional system that is often intolerant of human emotion."
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