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Meghan Markle has two requirements before she and her husband Prince Harry can reconcile with his brother Prince Wiliam and sister-in-law Kate Middleton, a royal expert has claimed.


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The Prince and Princess of Wales are said to be making efforts to mend the rift with the younger Windsor brother and former ‘Suits’ actress turned Duchess of Sussex, Meghan, but the Sussexes’ ties with the Royal Family have become tense since they walked away from royal duties, and they remain distant.

And now Royal author Tom Quinn has suggested that, while William and Kate are keen on reconciliation, Meghan isn’t quite ready to bury the hatchet – and there are two things preventing a reconciliation.

Speaking exclusively to The Mirror, Mr Quinn said: “Harry would like a reconciliation, but supports his wife completely and until she feels that the Royal family have been sufficiently nice to her – and grovelingly apologised for the past – it’s not going to happen.”


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claims about royal life, in high-profile interviews – including with megastar Oprah Winfrey – and in in their dramatic Netflix docuseries, Harry & Meghan. Royal commentator Mr Quinn even suggested Meghan is blocking Harry from engaging in peace talks with Kate and William, forming a barrier preventing her husband from reaching out with an”olive branch” even after Kate’s cancer diagnosis.

Mr Quinn said: “There has been a shift here since Kate’s illness Harry and Meghan do feel they need to extend an olive branch, but Meghan’s sense of grievance is still preventing anything really meaningful happening. Illness often brings warring family members together, and there have been hopes at Kensington Palace that Kate’s illness might do it.

The royal author claims William and Kate have made efforts to repair ties with the Sussexes and have extended an invitation to Meghan and Harry, encouraging them to bring Archie and Lilibet to the UK for a visit – but Meghan has refused.