Everything seems to be going well between Prince Harry and the British Royal family. The press pointed to the presence of the photo of Meghan and Prince Harry stored in the living room of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles at Clarence House.
If Prince Harry is away from his family, his family does not forget him. The proof with his father, Prince Charles. The Duke of Cornwall keeps his son close to him, at Clarence House. Indeed, People Magazine reveals that he proudly keeps a photo of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in his living room. A detail revealed to the general public when Camilla Parker Bowles, Charles’ wife, invited last Tuesday the rowers Kat Cordiner, Abby Johnston and Charlotte Irving to Clarence House to talk about their trip to the heart of the Atlantic Ocean to raise funds for charity.
Thus, the general public discovered a photo from the wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry taken in 2018. According to People, Prince Charles can be distinguished accompanying Meghan Markle to the altar, with Prince Harry waiting patiently on the dais at Westminster Abbey. A photo immortalizing happy memories. The shot is posed next to a photo of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, as well as Prince Louis, son of Kate and William, on the day of his baptism in 2018. Frames that show the interest and affection of Charles and Camilla for Harry and Meghan.
A rapprochement between the two men
Two years after their departure from the royal family and a year after the shock interview with Oprah Winfrey, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could reconcile with Prince Charles. Prince Charles reportedly decided to reach out to his son in early 2022. In his essay in Newsweek, he called for urgent climate action. While he began by praising the Earthshot award launched by his son William, the heir to the throne also quoted his second son: “Harry, passionately highlighted the impact of climate change, particularly in relation to Africa and committed his charity to be net zero”. Words that had pleased Prince Harry and renewed the dialogue between the two men.
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