That’s what royal expert Omid Scobie – who gets along well with Prince Harry and Meghan – writes in his new book ‘Endgame’, Which will be released later this month. The writer told the American magazine “People” that he was “surprised” when he heard that Meghan had “some kind of correspondence” with Charles (75 years old). “By sending pictures of the children, even though they don’t go directly to him. “So there is already a desire to maintain contact.”
But the band will never feel warm, Scobie says. “Very early in the writing process, some of Meghan’s sources that I had really relied on in previous years said, ‘You know what? “She doesn’t want anything to do with it,” says the author, who has followed the British royal family for more than a decade.
As for her husband, Prince Harry (39 years old), the matter is more precise. He still has careful direct contact with his father. “For Harry, there’s a reluctant acceptance that this is his father. He’d rather have that in his life than cut him off completely. That’s why Harry’s often the one extending his hand when they talk,” Scooby says. Harry simply wished his father a happy birthday 75th last week, although he and his wife were not invited to his party.
The relationship between father and son has been tense since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped down as senior royals and moved to California. They then made a number of bold claims about the British royal family, including in an extensive interview with Oprah Winfrey and in Harry’s memoir. additional. For example, Meghan said a member of the royal family made racist comments and Harry wrote about his stepmother Camilla, Charles’ wife, being “dangerous” and calling her a “vicious” who left “bodies in the street”.
Harry himself previously said in an interview that contacting his family is difficult. He briefly attended his father’s coronation in May, but otherwise they rarely see each other. But even there there is still a certain desire to stay in touch, according to Scobie. “There is still warmth between Harry and Charles.” The author claims that it is the relationship between Harry and his brother, Crown Prince William, that has been irreversibly damaged by all the events. “All my sources say this won’t work anymore,” he says. “You really feel when you talk to people who work at the palace, they really see that what Harry and Meghan are saying is just annoying noise, especially when it comes to Harry. His feelings are no longer worth anything. That’s fairly typical of any big business (as the family sees it) The British royal, editor.) I know it’s different because they’re family. But as we’ve long known, family means very different to them.
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