William And Kate Set To Reject Harry’s Peace Offer Because ‘He’s Done Too Much Damage’

According to a source, Harry called William earlier this month to explain that he and Meghan, who currently live in California with their two children, would be open to coming to the UK and working as royals.

William And Kate Set To Reject Harry's Peace Offer Because ‘He's Done Too Much Damage’-TSZ Newz
William And Kate Set To Reject Harry's Peace Offer Because ‘He's Done Too Much Damage’

Prince William and Kate, Princess of Wales, are going to “reject” the Duke of Sussex’s offer of reconciliation because they “cannot forgive” him, claims a royal commentator.

Tom Bower, a royal biographer, feels Prince Harry has done “too much damage” and that his homecoming will only create “further damage.”

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According to reports, the Duke has contacted his relatives to “call a truce” and contemplate returning to the UK after leaving the Firm and going to the United States in 2020.

But, since then, Harry has spoken extensively about the Royal Family, including an interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021, starring alongside the Duchess in a six-part Netflix docu-series, and releasing his explosive biography in January.

According to a source, Harry called William earlier this month to explain that he and Meghan, who currently live in California with their two children, would be open to coming to the UK and working as royals.

The source said: “Harry admitted he’d phoned William to call a truce and told his brother he and Meghan would be open to going back to London, where they would serve King Charles.”

They said that quitting the firm had “blown up in their faces” after they had just lost a lucrative deal with Spotify and their Netflix venture was apparently also in jeopardy, and Harry is now questioning whether crossing the pond was the correct thing to do.

William And Kate Set To Reject Harry's Peace Offer Because ‘He's Done Too Much Damage’

They added: “He’s even suggested to Meghan that they return to London and the Royal Family.”

However, Mr. Bower, author of the bestseller biography Revenge, said he doubts the Prince and Princess of Wales would agree to this.

He told OK! Magazine: “I think Harry’s offer will ultimately be rejected. I doubt William and Kate can forgive Harry. I don’t think he can come back — he’s caused so much damage to the family and the concern now is that if he does return, he could well damage it even further.

“I think Meghan would’ve been horrified by Harry’s suggestion. She’s not close to William and Kate, and in my opinion, London was just a stepping stone for her. I would imagine the last thing she’d want to do is return to England to live in a small, poky flat in Kensington Palace.”

Over the last year or so, Harry has characterized himself as “terrified” when his brother “screamed” at him during the so-called Sandringham meeting in January 2020, and he has claimed that there is an “unconscious bias” in the Firm.

In Spare, he claimed that after insulting Meghan, William “grabbed Harry by the collar, ripped his necklace, and… knocked him to the floor.”

However, the Daily Express’ Richard Palmer, appearing on the Royal Round-Up, believes that while reconciliation is unlikely right now, it may be feasible in the future.

William And Kate Set To Reject Harry's Peace Offer Because ‘He's Done Too Much Damage’

“Maybe there will be some sort of reconciliation at some point,” the royal journalist concluded, “but no sign of it at the moment, I’m afraid.”

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The brothers were not spotted interacting at the recent Coronation of the King, with Harry quickly returning to Los Angeles to attend his son’s birthday on the same day.

William is scheduled to travel to the United States in September for the Earthshot Prize annual innovation summit, although he is unlikely to see his brother while there.

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