Bone of Contention in Easing Relations with Prince Harry

Prince Harry visited the United Kingdom this week to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games. However, some reports suggest that Prince William and Queen Camilla pose obstacles in the process of improving relations with Prince Harry.

According to a royal author, there was a time when Harry and his sister-in-law Catherine had a close relationship and Harry would love to reconnect with her. However, his brother William would not allow it due to ongoing tensions. The author claims that William is unwilling to let Harry near his ailing wife, especially given the past drama and bitterness between the two brothers and their wives.

As Harry returns to the UK for the Invictus Games, he has not had the opportunity to meet his father or brother. The author points out that the chances of a reconciliation between Harry and the royal family appear extremely slim, given strained relations and William’s reluctance to facilitate any meeting.

The author further reveals that Harry was deeply affected by Catherine’s cancer diagnosis, which he learned about through her public video announcement. However, it appears that William’s position prevents any potential reconnection between Harry and Catherine.

Separately, a royal commentator claims that trust between King Charles and his ex-son, Prince Harry, has eroded. This is clear from the fact that they didn’t meet during Harry’s recent trip to the UK. The commentator suggests that Queen Camilla has become very protective of King Charles, as she cannot bear to see anything that might upset him, given the circumstances.

Prince Harry’s visit to the UK for the Invictus Games has highlighted strained relations within the royal family. The chances of reconciliation between Harry and the rest of the family, including reconnecting with Catherine, seem very unlikely due to ongoing tensions and the protective stance taken by some family members.

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