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King Charles Must do One Thing to Prevent Crisis Over Prince Harry’s Christmas Invitation

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Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams has suggested that King Charles should consider a “waiting period” before inviting Prince Harry and Meghan Markle back to the UK. Fitzwilliams argues that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have “remorselessly trashed the Royal Family for years” and their recent change in strategy may be influenced by the impact on their popularity in the US.

According to a report from Express, recent reports indicated that Prince Harry is planning a birthday phone call to his father, King Charles, on his 75th birthday, with rumors of an olive branch being extended to mend their rift. The Duke and Duchess reportedly spoke to the monarch, including a heartfelt video from Archie and Lilibet. Buckingham Palace initially declined to comment but later confirmed the call and hinted at another scheduled for the week.



Despite the apparent reconciliation efforts, Fitzwilliams emphasizes the need for Harry and Meghan to “show some loyalty to the institution” before being welcomed back into the royal fold. He suggests a “trial period” of a year, allowing the Sussexes to demonstrate their commitment to the royal family.



Fitzwilliams commented on the current state of royal events, stating, “At present there is something of a circus about royal events.” He believes that waiting for a year might be a prudent decision, given the couple’s past behavior and the potential impact on the monarchy’s image.

Addressing the possibility of a Christmas invitation to Sandringham, Fitzwilliams acknowledges that there is a deep rift within the Firm that needs to be addressed before any family unity can occur. He highlights the importance of trust, especially between Prince William and Princess Kate and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

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The King, as monarch, is a symbol of national unity, and obviously, at Christmas, it is a time for family unity,” Fitzwilliams explains. “With this, must also come trust, and there is currently a deep rift in the royal family.”

Fitzwilliams suggests that a trial period would benefit all parties involved, allowing for the rebuilding of trust and ensuring that special occasions with the royal family remain private and respectful. He concludes that while Charles would appreciate the chance to see his grandchildren, the potential attendance of Prince William and Princess Kate hinges on the resolution of the ongoing issues within the family.

As the holiday season approaches, the royal family’s dynamics remain uncertain, with the decision to extend an invitation to Harry and Meghan requiring careful consideration from King Charles and the rest of the Firm.

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