King Charles to 'offer Prince Harry an OLIVE BRANCH' despite Netflix slurs - 'Gracious way to do it'

Jennie Bond said Harry has 'lined up' the institution of the monarchy.

Published

WATCHING HARRY & Meghan on Netflix was like witnessing a couple undergoing a therapy session, a leading royal expert has said.

Jennie Bond told GB News: “I suppose my question of why they were doing it was partially answered, because that's what I really wanted to know - what was their motive?

“And Meghan at the beginning said, well, we may as well tell our story ourselves…but towards the end, Harry said you can't move on to the next chapter until you've finished with the first, and I get that.

“But this kind of closure is usually carried out in a therapist's chair and in fact we did see them both undergoing therapy. That would be a better place for this dirty laundry to have been washed.

Jennie Bond 'cannot see any way back' for Prince Harry.
Jennie Bond 'cannot see any way back' for Prince Harry.

“I’m very happy that they are skipping happily through the sand in California and having a wonderful life. I’m truly happy actually that Harry has found peace and harmony in his life but I don't know why they had to be so vitriolic and pour so much hurt in the direction of the family over here.”

"Harry has lined up the family, the institution, the Queen, William and Charles against himself - I cannot see there's any way back.

“Now, these are two brothers on two different sides of the world, two different sides of the argument and two different sides of the institution, but I do think if you're going to stand up and make these accusations ,that my brother is a bully and my father is a liar, we need to know what what was said.

“Why was William screaming and shouting? What lies did Charles tell you? There's still a great lack of evidence and proof. And I think if you're going to stand up and say these things, then you need to back up your claims.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made a string of claims about the Royal Family in their Netflix docuseries.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made a string of claims about the Royal Family in their Netflix docuseries.

Speaking to Stephen Dixon and Anne Diamond, she said they still should, be invited to the King’s coronation: “The dignified and gracious way of dealing with that is, yes, they should be invited and leave it to them whether they want to come along or whether they want to play a subdued role as they did during the jubilee celebrations.

"I think they should be invited. I don't think Charles has been vindictive. I think he will hold out that olive branch and say, ‘come on’.”

GB News royal reporter Cameron Walker added: “It's clear there's now a big breakdown in relationships, particularly with Harry and his brother, Prince William….

He was commenting after the publication of the results of an opinion poll commissioned by GB News that found that 53% of the population support the monarchy, which is down from 63% in September.

The survey, of 1,151 adults by People Polling, also found that 20% backed the idea of an elected head of state.