King Charles would 'welcome Prince Harry and Meghan Markle BACK' in bid to heal rift - 'In a heartbeat!'
The couple appear to have severed any ties they maintained with the Firm after they made a series of royal claims in their Netflix show
King Charles is reportedly keen to bring Meghan Markle and Prince Harry back to royal frontline duties, a source has claimed.
The couple appear to have severed any ties they maintained with the Firm after they made a series of royal claims in their Netflix show.
But a source has now suggested the British monarchy would welcome the Sussexes back “in a heartbeat” while suggesting the rift can be healed.
Commenting on the documentary featuring the lives of Meghan and Harry, the source said most of the criticism was aimed towards Prince William.
The Express reports that the source claimed: “In Netflix, the villain of the piece had clearly moved on to being [William], the Prince of Wales.
“Harry and Meghan actually had some nice words to say around the King’s role in helping them plan their wedding.
“Are they saving their ire for the book instead? Who knows. You can’t not feel sorry for Harry.
“He is fundamentally the product of a very damaged childhood.
“But you can also feel sorry for the individual and frustrated at the world he has created for himself, where he sees enemies at every turn.
“Despite it all, I know the institution would have him back in a heartbeat.”
The Netflix documentary about the lives of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex became the most-watched subscription TV series of 2022.
The first episode was seen by an average of 4.5 million people in the seven days following its release.
The six-part series saw the couple make accusations of mistreatment by the royal family and the British press.
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