Harry ‘will never heal royal rift as long as he’s with Meghan’ says commentator

Prince Harry will never be able to heal his family feud as long as he is with Meghan Markle, according to one royal commentator.

Carole Malone, a royal pundit, has spoken out saying that this is because Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, won't allow Harry to reconcile with his family.

This comes less than a week after the funeral of Harry's grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh, where Harry was seen with Prince William in public for the first time since the explosive Oprah interview.

This also follows reports that "clear the air" talks were held between Harry and senior royals after the funeral to "hammer out" their differences.

But now, according to reports from inside sources, healing talks between Harry and senior royals have stalled due to press leaks from the Sussex side.

Carole Malone commented: "The fact is Harry will never reconcile with his family as long as he’s married to Meghan because I don’t believe she’d allow it. She needs to keep Harry isolated and apart from his family to keep control."

She adds "I think this feud suits her. It suits her that her Harry is an ocean and thousands of miles away from family and friends from his “past” who may try to influence his thinking and persuade him that jacking in royal life was a mistake."

This week, Her Majesty, The Queen turned 95 years old, and she has written a heartfelt post to thank the nation for its support following Prince Philip's death.

On healing the reported royal family rifts, Malone believes that "it was never going to happen".

She states: "Why in God’s name would Wills want to make up with the brother who branded his family racists and trashed their global reputation?"

She also claims: "If this feud had never happened Harry might never have left Britain. And if he and Meghan were still working royals here they wouldn’t be on track to becoming billionaires in the next decade.

They wouldn’t be living in the city Meghan loves and feels most at home. They couldn’t trade on their royal status or be involved in any of the multi-million pound commercial deals they’ve now signed."

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