King Charles’ touching act for Prince William and Harry as he plays ‘peacemaker’

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King Charles is reportedly hoping to act as a middleman between his sons Prince Harry and Prince William.

Rumour has it that Harry is set to travel to London in May to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games.

New reports suggest that both Harry and William are looking to “put the past behind them” and, according to the New York Post, King Charles plans on playing “peacemaker” at their first meeting.

Palace sources claim that Charles has given Harry the go-ahead about a potential meetup with the Prince of Wales.

“It is very likely that Harry and William will see each other next month and anything is possible. The King will want the brothers to patch things up so it’s more than likely that he could play peacemaker,” a source told Sky News Australia.

While Harry’s rumoured trip is still unconfirmed, it’s believed that celebrations will take place at St Paul’s Cathedral. It’s unclear if the trip will be yet another solo venture, following hot on the heels of his mad dash home in February.

It’s believed that the Duke did not see William, the heir to the throne, during his blink-and-you-miss-it 24-hour trip to London.

What’s more, Harry stayed at a luxe London hotel rather than with family at one of their many royal residences peppered across the country.

The Waleses have had a years-long rift with the Sussexes, but last month it was reported that the pair may be looking to bury the hatchet once and for all.

What royal family members inherited from the Queen

The Prince and Princess of Wales have reportedly asked the Sussexes to bring their children with them the next time they visit the UK, but, apparently, Meghan has politely passed up on the offer. Sources, however, deny the new report.

Archie and Lilibet last visited the UK during the late Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee in June 2022.

Meghan, for her part, last returned to England for the Queen’s funeral service in September that year.

It may be tricky to see the Sussexes return to the UK together, especially after Harry lost his bid for taxpayer-funded UK security protection for his family. This now means that the duo will have to pay out of pocket for their family’s security when visiting the UK.

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