July 24, 2024
Kate Middleton

A reconciliation between Kate Middleton and Prince Harry seems like a pipe dream, according to a royal expert.
The Duke of Sussex, 39, visited London this week to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games.
The trip marked his first since learning of his estranged sister-in-law’s cancer diagnosis in March.

Kate Middleton
A reconciliation between Kate Middleton and Prince Harry seems like a pipe dream, according to a royal expert.

However, hopes for a royal reconciliation were slashed on Tuesday when Harry’s reps confirmed to The Post that he would not meet with his family, specifically King Charles, due to the king’s “full” schedule.

What’s more, no members of the royal family attended Wednesday’s Invictus celebrations at St Paul’s Cathedral.
For former royal butler Grant Harrold, a royal reunion is simply not in the cards anytime soon.

“I always used to say I think there is a possibility, but as time goes on and the more we hear and see, I’m thinking that a reunion between them is more and more unlikely,” Harrold, who worked for Charles for seven years when he was the Prince of Wales, exclusively told The Post.

“I always thought Kate would have been the one between them that would have broken that because she had a good relationship with Harry.”
“However, as time goes on, I think that happening is becoming less and less likely,” Harrold said on behalf of Fruity Slots.

Last week, it was reported that Prince William — the heir to the throne — had no interest in meeting up with his younger brother.

Not only that, but royal author Christopher Andersen claimed that William is not letting “his brother anywhere near his ailing wife.”

The feud between the Wales and Sussex camps seemingly kick-started when Harry and Meghan quit the royal family in 2020.

It appears as though other members of the Firm are taking a similar stance, as no one attended celebrations for the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games Wednesday.

Instead, royals including Queen Camilla, the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, Princess Anne, and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester joined King Charles and his 8,000 guests at a Buckingham Palace garden party just 2.6 miles away.
Harry, who arrived at his event alone, gave a reading at London’s St Paul’s Cathedral to mark a decade since the inaugural Invictus Games took place in the capital.

Inside, he was joined by his late mother Princess Diana’s relatives, including his uncle and aunt Earl Spencer and Lady Jane Fellowes, who greeted the Duke with a hug.

Prince William did not attend either event, instead carrying out a royal engagement at Windsor Castle Wednesday morning and spending the day with his cancer-stricken wife and their three children.

On Thursday, Harry was already en route to London’s Heathrow Airport, where he enjoyed a secret reunion with his wife, Meghan Markle, before the pair flew to Nigeria.

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