Prince William and Prince Harry reunited on Saturday for a royal walkabout and greeted well-wishers outside Windsor Castle. It has been learnt that King Charles III may have been the driving force behind his sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, reuniting for a Royal walkabout on Saturday, 10 September 2022.
Both sons, accompanied by their spouses, Princess Kate and Meghan Markle, spent nearly an hour outside Windsor Castle, going through floral tributes left by well-wishers, in the wake of Queen Elizabeth II’s death. The brothers’ relationship has reportedly been strained after an explosive interview the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had with Oprah.
PRINCE HARRY AND PRINCE WILLIAM: A ROYAL REUNION
According to Daily Mail, Prince William, now the Prince of Wales, extended an olive branch to Prince Harry, after having a chat with their father. William and Kate reportedly asked the Sussexes if they would be open to joining them on the walkabout, which they agreed to.
The publication claims it was important for Prince William, that the family put on a united front for the sake of the Queen and her funeral proceedings. It was further reported that King Charles told Prince Harry not to bring Meghan along to Balmoral, Scotland, where members of the family had gathered to bid say their goodbyes to the Queen.
According to The Sun, Prince Harry was at Frogmore Cottage when he received a call from his father asking him not to bring Meghan.
“Charles told Harry that it wasn’t right or appropriate for Meghan to be in Balmoral at such a deeply sad time. It was pointed out to him that Kate was not going and that the numbers really should be limited to the very closest family,” a source is quoted as having told the newspaper.