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King Charles Reveals Real Reason Harry Won’t Be Welcomed Back Soon as He Reveals Startling Secrets

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Prince Harry will not be welcomed back by King Charles anytime soon because doing so would upset the balance with Queen Camilla and Prince William, who have been targets of claims and allegations from the Duke of Sussex and his wife, Meghan Markle. This startling revelation comes from a royal expert who suggests that forgiving Harry at this stage could create tensions within the royal family.

According to a report by Firescalaf, Robert Jobson, in a candid conversation on the Kinsey Schofield Unfiltered podcast, explained that if the King were to “forgive” his youngest son, it would upset the delicate equilibrium with other royals who have faced accusations from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.



The expert’s comments follow Harry’s recent visit to London to mark the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games, during which he did not meet with his father despite being in the same city on the same day. While the Duke attended a special ceremony at St Paul’s Cathedral on Wednesday, May 8th, King Charles’ “full programme” meant the father and son could not reunite, as the monarch was occupied with a Buckingham Palace garden party.



Jobson expressed uncertainty about whether there was an official approach to the Palace by Harry’s team ahead of his UK visit, stating, “They may well spin that. I don’t think there was.” He firmly dismissed any notion of a snub, clarifying, “There’s certainly been no snub here. Harry knew he was coming here. It was a big event. The King had a big event. The King wears two hats and one of them’s a crown. At the end of the day, he has to do his duty first.”

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A spokesperson for the Duke acknowledged the situation, saying, “The Duke of course is understanding of his father’s diary of commitments and various other priorities and hopes to see him soon.” However, Jobson expressed surprise that there wasn’t enough time for the pair to meet, recalling a previous instance when Harry visited after news of his father’s cancer but was not invited.

Jobson suggested that the King is focused on steadily rebuilding his health and may not need an emotional heart-to-heart with his son, who has always been open about his feelings. He pointed out the potential consequences of embracing Harry, stating, “Also if you start doing that, what will William and Camilla think? Both have been deeply insulted and, frankly slandered, by Harry.”



The expert emphasized the gravity of the situation, saying, “A lot of dark things have gone on. So if you start then to say, ‘Okay everything’s forgiven Harry’, that might upset the balance – the dynamic – with the other members of the family.” He added, “I’m sure that the King is very wary of someone who’s been attacking the family. To then just be embraced, even though he loves him, would then upset everybody else perhaps.”



Jobson speculated that had circumstances been different, Prince William would have attended the St Paul’s event, and Harry would have gone to the Palace garden party, concluding with the sobering statement, “The rift still exists.”

The rift stems from Harry’s allegations in his memoir Spare, where he recalls urging his father not to marry Camilla but wishing him well, saying, “there were no hard feelings.” However, he alleges Camilla’s “spin doctor” decided to burnish her reputation by throwing him “right under the bus”, planting stories in the press to generate sympathy for Charles and his relationship with Camilla. In an interview with 60 Minutes to promote Spare, Harry described his stepmother as “dangerous” because of her connections with the media.

Furthermore, the Duke has accused his brother William of physically attacking him, grabbing him by the collar, ripping his necklace, and knocking him to the ground in a row over Meghan, telling ITV’s Tom Bradby he saw a “red mist” in William and felt his brother was “coming for” Meghan. These revelations have undoubtedly strained relationships within the royal family, making reconciliation a complex and delicate process.

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