Sussexes have a hell of a long way to go before peace with Charles and William

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle still have “a hell of a long way to go” before they can enjoy a peaceful reunion with King Charles III and Prince William, a commentator has claimed.

Royal expert Daniela Elser reckons the reconciliation will be difficult amid the upcoming release of the Sussex’s Netflix documentary and past spats including Meghan’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey and well-publicised royal fallouts.

Despite reports that the controversial royal couple is set to try and make-up with other senior Buckingham Palace members, Elser reckons it will prove difficult.

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She told news.au that she thinks the King did not seem too intent on repairing the relationship during the official mourning period for late Queen Elizabeth, with Harry travelling separately to Balmoral and put in the second row of the Westminster Abbey service.

Elser wrote: “It is not as if Charles went far out of his way to do much olive-branch waving last month during the official mourning period and the Queen’s funeral…

“Does any of this sound like The Firm might be particularly receptive if the Sussexes do decide they want to bury the hatchet?”

The columnist also questioned Harry and Meghan’s “convoluted logic” in aiming to start a royal charm offensive after the Netflix series and the Duke of Sussex’s memoir.

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She asked why the pair was “deciding to make peace but only after aiming a final series of potential painful volleys” and claimed there was “a hell of a long way to go” before a royal reconciliation.

Royal experts have warned that upcoming revelations from Prince Harry in the book had the potential to determine his dad’s success as monarch.

Commentator Richard Fitzwilliams told the Daily Star King Charles had so far ruled with “dignity and pragmatism” but admitted "a lot depends on how they respond and whether Harry’s memoir is published”.

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