Christopher Anderson, a U.S.-British journalist, told Royally that U.S. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had a “duty meeting” with Prince Charles during the anniversary celebrations in hopes of “approaching” the family. He claimed after the meeting that it was clear the “curtain has fallen” on the possibility of harmony between the father and son, before adding that Charles’s late ex-wife, Diana, would be “heartbroken” by the state. of relations between them and Prince William.
Royally US hostess Christine Ross asked: “We’ve seen some reports that Meghan and Harry had left Charles’s house.
“Is there any truth in that? Do we know what they were talking about? And has it perhaps prompted us to heal any of these fissures?”
Mr Anderson said: “Well, I understand it was a superficial meeting and there was no real breakthrough.
“And I feel like Prince Harry certainly went there hoping for some sort of rapprochement, but there were no sensitive vibes coming back in his direction.
“So I think the curtain has fallen. And one of the things that I think is so sad about this is that if Diana were alive today, it would be heartbroken.
“She would have understood why Harry had wanted to make his own life and go to California.
“But she always saw Harry as, you know, Williams’ wingman. She always said, “My boys are my revenge.”
“And what she meant by that was that they would continue as a team and move the monarchy into a more modern era.
“But now it looks like it will be William and Kate and their children.”
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The Thanksgiving Service at St. Paul’s Cathedral was Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s only official public event during the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations.
The couple would have visited Windsor Castle the next day for the first birthday of their youngest child Lilibet.
There, the Queen met her great-grandchild and watched the Party at the Palace celebrations at Buckingham Palace.
Meghan and Harry flew back to Montecito, California the day after, before the anniversary came to an end.