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Harry Peace Gesture Towards William, Pending Meghan Markle's Approval

Harry Peace Gesture Towards William, Pending Meghan Markle's Approval
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Speculation abounds within royal circles as Prince Harry contemplates extending an olive branch to his brother, Prince William, amid their ongoing rift.

However, according to a seasoned royal expert, any such move hinges on the consent of Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex.

Prince Harry’s departure from the Royal Family four years ago has been marked by public disagreements and shocking allegations against his brother.

The tensions escalated further after Harry and Meghan made controversial accusations against the Royal Family in their Netflix documentary series.

Now, as the Duke of Sussex prepares to return to the UK for the Invictus Games, the question looms: Can the brothers mend their relationship?

Richard Fitzwilliams, a respected royal biographer, suggests that there might be a path toward reconciliation.

However, he emphasizes that any attempt at healing would require Meghan’s approval. Speaking exclusively to The Sun, Fitzwilliams highlighted recent events within the royal family, including health concerns surrounding senior members like Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge.

He hinted that such circumstances could prompt unexpected developments, given that Harry and Meghan are known for surprises.

“The best way of resolving the rift, if it is to be resolved, is to do it privately,” Fitzwilliams asserted. “With Catherine and the King’s illness—that is an enormous game changer even when there are deep family rifts.” He added,

“So, as I say, the Sussexes do spring surprises. This has happened before, and you never know what might happen in the coming weeks or months.”

The Invictus Games in May mark Harry’s first visit to the UK since Princess Kate’s revelation of her cancer diagnosis and treatment.

Fitzwilliams touched upon the potential for a reunion during this event. “The two very senior members of the royal family are seriously ill, and you can’t really predict what’s going to happen,” he mused.

Fitzwilliams also pointed out Meghan’s unpopularity in Britain and the impact her presence could have on public perception.

He stressed the importance of handling family matters privately, especially during times of serious illness.

Amid speculations about a possible reconciliation, Fitzwilliams describes the feud between the Sussexes and the Cambridges as one of the most public royal rifts in history.

Regarding family decisions, he reiterates his belief that Meghan holds the final say, particularly concerning the visitation of their children, Archie and Lilibet, to the UK.