Prince Charles is reportedly at “the end of his tether” with Prince Harry as a royal expert claims he only agreed to their recent meeting on one important condition.
- The Prince of Wales is said to have met with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex during their visit to the UK ahead of the Invictus Games.
- Now a royal commentator has suggested that Prince Charles agreed to the meeting if his son said "nothing was said about him" on US TV.
- This royal news comes as the upsetting obstacle that could prevent the Queen from finally meeting Lilibet Diana was revealed.
Just over a year after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey shocked the world and reignited rumors of a so-called “rift” between them and the extended Royal Family, the couple returned to the UK. During their visit before traveling to the Netherlands for the Invictus Games, they met with the Queen at Windsor Castle and are also said to have had a brief meeting with Prince Charles.
Since then, Prince Harry has shared more royal revelations, including details about his reunion with his grandmother, during a talk with Hoda Kotb for Today.
And according to a royal commentator Prince Charles has reached a very difficult point in his relationship with Prince Harry and only agreed to meet on one condition…
As revealed by the Daily Mail, Robert Jobson opened up to GB News and expressed his belief that after everything that has happened in recent years, Prince Charles is now at the “end of his tether” with his youngest son. And when it came to their supposed recent meeting, the expert suggested that the future King wasn’t especially “happy” about it.
“Charles was not particularly happy about doing it, as far as I was aware”, Robert claimed before going on to suggest that “he only agreed to do the meeting if nothing was said about him whatsoever on American TV”.
Prince Harry, who is sixth in the royal line of succession, did go on to discuss the Royal Family during his interview with Hoda Kotb. However, when asked about missing his father and brother, the Duke of Sussex instead reaffirmed his commitment to those involved in Invictus Games and how much he missed his family back at their Santa Barbara home.
Speaking about the relationship between Prince Harry and his father, Robert alleged that they “haven’t been in contact” about the interview and that things are difficult between them.
“I think that basically the Prince of Wales has reached the end of his tether. They haven’t been in contact,” he claimed. “And I think if he’d started blurting about *that* meeting [that between the two Princes] I think that that would’ve been the end of it.”
'All families have problems, but you don't go blurting off to your next door neighbor as soon as you've had a meeting,” Robert added. “Prince Charles thought if these conversations are out in public then I'm not putting up with it and he's drinking at the last chance saloon.”
Robert’s remarks come days after Prince Harry’s devotion to the Queen was discussed during his enlightening new interview. Whilst he might have kept his reported meeting with his father private, the Duke of Sussex got candid about his grandmother and said she was on “great form” during his visit as he revealed his favorite thing about her.
“Her sense of humor and her ability to see humor in so many different silly things. We have a really special relationship, we talk about things that she can’t talk about with anybody else,” he declared.
Emma is a Senior Lifestyle Writer with six years of experience working in digital publishing. Her specialist areas including literature, the British Royal Family and knowing all there is to know about the latest TV shows on the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and every streaming service out there. When she’s not writing about the next unmissable show to add to your to-watch list or delving into royal protocol, you can find Emma cooking and watching yet more crime dramas.
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