Despite tensions that have arisen since Prince Harry stepped down from the royal family, it appears he and King Charles may be taking steps to overcome their differences by establishing a “line of communication.”
The relationship between the Duke of Sussex and his father has been tense since Harry left the royal family three years ago. In his memoir ‘Spare’, Harry criticized the King and made several claims about his father in his Netflix docu-series.
Harry claimed that Charles made cruel jokes about him, once saying: “Who knows if I’m really your father?” However, royal author Omid Scobie now claims that the rift between the two is healing.
Scobie explained how the reconciliation began after Harry and Meghan accused an unidentified member of the royal family of making racist comments about their son, Prince Archie.
During their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, the couple revealed details about their life in the royal family, including a claim that a member expressed “concerns” about Archie’s skin tone.
Messages and communications
Speaking on Good Morning America, Omid admitted that he knew who made the comments based on messages exchanged between Meghan and Charles after the interview with Oprah. However, he claims he cannot reveal the names due to UK legislation. Omid revealed that Charles “was horrified when he learned how Meghan felt during these conversations.”
He added: “That’s why I personally think they were able to move forward with some form of communication after that. Maybe they don’t agree completely.”
Omid released the film “Endgame,” which is described as “an in-depth investigation into the current state of the British monarchy.” The book description reads: “An unpopular king, a power-hungry heir to the throne, a queen willing to go to dangerous lengths to maintain her image, and a prince forced to start a new life after his family betrays him.”
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