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Prince Harry to leave Meghan Markle behind in US when he goes to meet with the King about repairing their relationship

 August 21, 2023

King Charles and Prince Harry have reportedly agreed on a date to convene for what insiders are calling "peace talks," following the turbulence caused by the latter's recent memoir and Netflix docuseries.

However, the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, is not expected to be present at the meeting, according to a source familiar with the matter, as the Daily Mail reported.

Prince Harry, 38, is set to return to his home in California via London after the culmination of the Invictus Games in Germany next month.

Concurrently, King Charles, 74, will end his summer vacation in Balmoral; thus, both father and son will find themselves in London simultaneously.

Details of the Meeting

The meeting is tentatively planned for Sept. 17, fitting into the King's schedule before his official visit to France on Sept. 20. Staff are in the process of working out the logistics, according to a source who spoke with OK! magazine.

The insider stated: "The King has a rescheduled official visit to France on September 20, so has a few days to spare in London to meet with his son. Staff are trying to fine-tune the details as we speak."

King Charles is reportedly distressed by his son's prior public comments, especially concerning his wife, Queen Camilla.

He is expected to emphasize that private family matters should remain private in the future.

Camilla was reportedly hurt by the contents of Prince Harry's book, in which she was described as "dangerous" and a "villain."

Her close friend Fiona, the Marchioness of Lansdowne, who was among the Queen's official companions at the King's Coronation, confirmed her feelings of distress to the Sunday Times.

The Royal Family's Reaction and Meghan's Involvement

The Prince's memoir, where he criticized various family members, including labeling Queen Camilla as "dangerous" and a "villain," has caused continued concern within the Royal Family.

Camilla's close friend, Fiona, the Marchioness of Lansdowne, stated her belief in the Queen's ability to weather the storm, saying, "Her philosophy is always, 'Don't make a thing of it and it will settle down – least said, soonest mended,'" Sunday Times reported.

Though Meghan Markle will accompany Prince Harry to the Invictus Games, the source says it's "highly unlikely" she will be involved in the peace talks between Harry and the King.

Earlier this year, other insiders expressed optimism that reconciliation between Harry, Prince William, and their father is possible. The consensus is that it will take openness and flexibility from all parties involved.

Looking Ahead: The Invictus Games and the Monarchy's Future

William, the Prince of Wales, may be challenging to persuade, given Harry's personal disclosures and criticisms. However, insiders believe that William's loyalty to his country may drive him to reconcile if he sees it as beneficial for the monarchy's future.

In the meantime, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are preparing for their roles in the Invictus Games. Meghan is scheduled to host a segment that highlights the bravery of the injured servicemen and women.

At the same time, Prince Harry will praise the competitors' "unwavering spirit and impressive recovery journey" in a closing speech in Düsseldorf, Germany.