Prince Harry has ‘no interest’ in burying the hatchet with Royal Family, claims expert

Prince Harry has ‘no interest’ in burying the hatchet with Royal Family, claims expert.


The ongoing feud between Prince William and Prince Harry doesn’t seem to be coming to an end any time soon.

Rumors are that Harry would like accept to make amends with his family, but not before he and Meghan are offered an apology for the way they were treated while they were still working royals.

In his all-tell memoir Spare, Harry revealed plenty of details about the members of the Firm, which they didn’t like. Among the rest, he wrote that he feared Camilla would be a “wicked stepmother” and detailed a meeting with his older brother William during which he had called his wife, Meghan, “abrasive,” “rude,” and “difficult,” something Harry called “parroting the press narrative.”

Allegedly, things escalated and Harry described how William “grabbed me by the collar, ripping my necklace, and … knocked me to the floor.”

“He set down the water, called me another name, then came at me. It all happened so fast. So very fast. He grabbed me by the collar, ripping my necklace, and he knocked me to the floor. I landed on the dog’s bowl, which cracked under my back, the pieces cutting into me. I lay there for a moment, dazed, then got to my feet and told him to get out,” Harry wrote.

The Firm didn’t comment on the shocking claims.

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Further, Harry claimed that following Prince Philip’s funeral, he met with his father and brother but the meeting didn’t end up well.

“I tried to explain my side of things. I wasn’t at my best. For starters. I was still nervous, fighting to keep my emotions in check, while also striving to be succinct and precise,” Harry wrote. “More, I’d vowed not to let this encounter devolve into another argument. But I quickly discovered that it wasn’t up to me.”

Eventually, the two brothers got “heated,” and their father had to step in.

Harry recalled Charles “looking up at our flushed faces,” saying, “please, boys, don’t make my final years a misery.”

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The consequences Harry suffered after releasing his book were immense. Not only the rift between him and his family deepened, but his father made the decision to evict him and Meghan from Frogmore Castle, leaving his younger son without a permanent place to stay while in his home country.

This decision angered Harry and Meghan, especially because their former home was given to Prince Andrew, who disgraced the family.

“Harry and Meghan have until early summer to vacate,” a source told Omar Scobie, reporting for Yahoo at the time. “Initially, they were given just weeks, but now they have at least until after the coronation.

“It all feels very final and like a cruel punishment,” a friend of Harry and Meghan’s added. “It’s like [the family] wants to cut them out of the picture for good.”

“For King Charles, forcing (Prince) Andrew to move to Frogmore solves several problems at once – it sends a message to Harry that, as a private citizen and no longer a working royal, he will never be allowed back to Frogmore,” Quinn told the Mirror.

“It sends [a] message to Andrew that having disgraced himself, he can no longer expect to live in the grand style. And, finally, it means that a suitably grand residence can be made ready for the royals who really matter – William and Kate. Charles is determined that Royal Lodge is the only residence on the royal estate at Windsor that is big enough and regal enough for his heir.”

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Despite his fragile relationship with his family, Harry is said to miss certain aspects of his former life back home.

“As time goes by, Harry misses some aspects of his old life in the UK. Inevitably, the honeymoon period where everything in the States is new and exciting is coming to an end and Harry is looking back at the past through rose-tinted spectacles,” royal expert Tom Quinn claimed.

“He misses his Old Etonian and army friends, many of whom have not visited as they don’t get on with Meghan. Harry is determined to find his own permanent home in the UK, which is partly why he’s continuing his legal action to get the British taxpayer to pay for his security.”

And as the Sussexes seem to be trying to stay put of trouble and avoid controversies, they did create some of their own in the USA.

Recently, Harry received the Pat Tillman Award for Service at the 2024 ESPY Awards.

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM – JUNE 06: (EMBARGOED FOR PUBLICATION IN UK NEWSPAPERS UNTIL 24 HOURS AFTER CREATE DATE AND TIME) Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex departs the Rolls Building of the High Court after giving evidence during the Mirror Group phone hacking trial on June 6, 2023 in London, England. Prince Harry is one of several claimants in a lawsuit against Mirror Group Newspapers related to allegations of unlawful information gathering in previous decades. (Photo by Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images)

The ESPY awards recognized Harry for his “tireless work in making a positive impact for the veteran community through the power of sport” with the Invictus Games he established years ago. Traditionally, this award goes to unsung heroes, but not everyone is pleased that Prince Harry is this year’s recipient.

Pat Tillman was a US soldier killed in Afghanistan, and the award is named in his honor. Now, his mother, Mary, is criticizing Harry for receiving it in the first place.

“I am shocked as to why they would select such a controversial and divisive individual to receive the award. Some recipients are far more fitting. There are individuals working in the veteran community that are doing tremendous things to assist veterans,” she told the Daily Mail.

“These individuals do not have the money, resources, connections or privilege that Prince Harry has. I feel that those types of individuals should be recognised.”

A spokesman for ESPY answered, ‘”While we understand not everyone will agree with all honourees selected for any award, The Invictus Games Foundation does incredible work, and ESPN believes this is a cause worth celebrating.”

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Royal commentator Nile Gardiner said that the Sussexes “are increasingly unpopular in the United States.”

“Harry and Meghan are viewed as selfish, narcissistic individuals who have launched attack after attack upon their own family and have, you know, trashed the royal family,” Gardiner told GB News. “The Americans are very pro the British monarchy.”

He continued, “She was right to attack this award. And there’s already a big online petition calling for the prize not to be given to Prince Harry. I think that this is an illustration as well that Harry and Meghan’s narcissism does not go down very well in the United States and America.

“Most American people really love the Royal Family, okay. They do not look kindly upon Harry and Meghan trashing them in the United States and does not go down very well,” Gardiner concluded.

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Over the last couple of years, Harry has visited UK several times, and while during his latest visits he met with his father, who was diagnosed with cancer, he didn’t meet the rest of the family.

As per royal expert Jennie Bond, this could mean one thing, that Harry isn’t willing to bury the hatchet with the British royals. “If Harry had really wanted to confront his family and patch things up, he would surely have allotted more time to his recent visits so that his father – at least – could make arrangements to see him,” Jennie Bond told OK!

“I don’t think there’s any chance of William wanting to do so, particularly with all he has on his plate right now,” Bond said of the brothers making amends.

“So, I’ll believe this when I see it, but it will be lovely if he could indeed spend some time, perhaps at Balmoral, during the summer and make peace with his father.”

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