‘There’s a great deal of hurt on both sides’: Prince William and Harry’s relationship still not healing, report sheds light on lack of trust

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Tensions within the British royal family continue to escalate as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s relationship with the House of Windsor shows no signs of mending. Following their retreat from royal duties and relocation to the United States, the divide has only widened, reaching a nadir with Prince Harry’s explosive revelations in his memoir, “Spare.”

The once-close bond between Prince Harry and his brother, Prince William, now appears irreparably strained, with sources close to the family indicating that a reconciliation is unlikely in the foreseeable future. Trust issues and deep-seated hurt are reported to be at the core of their estrangement.

A source told Entertainment Tonight that Harry and William’s relationship “has not improved” since things went wrong and “there is no reconciliation expected anytime soon” despite any hope amongst the people. “There is no real trust at the moment and that needs to be rebuilt. There’s a great deal of hurt on both sides,” they added. On the father-son front, reports claimed that Harry and Meghan declined a birthday invitation from King Charles.

King Charles’s paternal love for Harry remains, yet their relationship is described as complex and troubled, lacking regular communication. Efforts to reach out and repair the father-son dynamic are said to be ongoing, albeit with cautious progress.

Additionally, Harry’s relationship with other royal family members has suffered, particularly after the release of his revealing memoir and the Netflix documentary featuring him and Meghan, where they disclosed their distressing experiences as senior royals. These public disclosures have not only created a media storm but have also contributed to the royal estrangement.

While King Charles reportedly yearns for a reunion with his grandchildren, Archie and Lilibet, such a family reconciliation seems a distant prospect. With Archie at four years old and Lilibet now two, the royal family’s opportunity to bond with the youngest Sussexes remains uncertain. As the saga unfolds, the royal family’s private woes continue to captivate the public, painting a somber picture of a family divided.

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