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Harry and Meghan Ready to Mend Fences with Royals

A report has surfaced claiming that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are prepared to mend fences with the royal family as both King Charles and Kate Middleton battle cancer. A source told that the Duke of Sussex is willing to leave the past behind, and the Duchess is also eager to have a heart-to-heart with the royals.

“Harry is more willing to move on, let’s just say that. It’s not a case of Meghan being difficult, she genuinely feels hurt and would like some kind of sit-down to hash things through – but that’s not something the other side is willing to consider at this time,” the insider revealed.

The report also noted that Harry and Meghan reached out to Kate in private after the Princess of Wales announced her cancer diagnosis. They shared a public note, stating, “We wish health and healing for Kate and the family, and hope they are able to do so privately and in peace.”

Since stepping down as working royals in 2020, Harry and Meghan have maintained their distance from the royal family. Currently, a return to the monarchy seems unlikely for the couple.

“Harry and Meghan are expecting an apology and so are senior members of the Royal Family. It’s got to the point now where both sides can’t see where they’ve gone wrong and there’s no meeting in the middle. It’s a stalemate,” another insider commented.

Meanwhile, royal expert Angela Levin shared her insights, indicating that Meghan is “ready to sit down with the Royal Family” for peace talks. Levin told GB News that Meghan is “still genuinely hurt” by how the “Royal Family treated her,” but she is willing to talk things through and reunite with them. “She’s still genuinely hurt by how she was treated by the Royal Family – this is four years on,” Levin told host Nana Akua. “And she wants to now at last sit down and talk through things.”

The Sussexes’ willingness to engage in reconciliation talks comes at a time of significant personal challenges for the royal family. As King Charles and Kate Middleton navigate their respective cancer battles, the potential for a heartfelt reunion adds a poignant dimension to the ongoing saga of royal relations. The path to reconciliation may be fraught with difficulties, but the desire for healing and understanding appears to be a mutual, if complex, goal.

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