Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s reconciliation with Kate, William is 100% ‘possible’: He’ll offer his help

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle given harsh six-word warning ahead of Royal Family reunion


Could a royal reconciliation finally happen? It seems as though Prince Harry is not shying away from offering help to the royal family as King Charles III and Kate Middleton undergo their respective cancer treatments.


Meghan Markle allegedly hindering reconciliation efforts between Prince Harry and William

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be hoping for a temporary return to the UK’s royal fold, and have reportedly reached out to the Prince and Princess of Wales to make it happen. “A reconciliation with Harry and Meghan is totally possible, 100%,” the King’s former butler, Grant Harrold, exclusively told The Post.

“I can believe, without any doubt, that Harry will be in touch with Kate and William and offering his help — whether they accept it or not is a very different matter, but I honestly believe Harry would have reached out personally and Meghan.” “Sadly, it’s times like this that brings families together and blood is thicker than water,” added Harrold.

While they want to help the struggling royal family at a time of great emotional distress, it’s believed that the Sussexes are only interested in returning as working royals “on their own terms.” The Post revealed in February that Charles had been toying with the idea of having Harry back on a temporary basis, despite the Duke being kept at arm’s length from ongoing succession talks.


Meghan Markle allegedly hindering reconciliation efforts between Prince Harry and William

But it soon emerged that Prince William was reportedly “blocking” Harry’s return to the royal fold in a desperate bid to protect his ailing wife. Harrold’s hopeful comments echo a similar sentiment expressed by royal commentator and historian Richard Fitzwilliams, who said the current situation could provide the “perfect opportunity” to mend the royal rift.

“This is a dread situation, a major operation followed by cancer,” he said this week. “There is always sometimes in the most awful and serious thing sometimes opportunities come as well . . . one must hope there is as much positivity as possible that’s what she is spreading with the message like that.” “This is also an opportunity for the trolls and the evil people spreading malicious rumors to be silenced,” Fitzwilliams added.

Following the Princess of Wales’s shock cancer announcement Friday, Harry and Meghan said they hope for privacy for the Middleton as she undergoes treatment. “We wish health and healing for Kate and the family, and hope they are able to do so privately and in peace,” the pair said in a statement.