The Royal Family is keen to draw Prince Harry back into the fold, a royal expert has claimed. The Duke of Sussex, aged 38, could be brought back in from the cold after years of a rift.
Tina Brown made the claim on ITV Lorraine today. She appeared in the studio to reflect on the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. Tina spoke out fresh from the Queen’s funeral taking place on Monday,
Tina told Lorraine: “I do think the royal family needs them (the Sussexes). There’s a lot of work to be done.” She added: “And Kate does not want to be spending her time travelling the world. She’s a mother with three children.”
She continued: “As the Sussexes are. They have to somehow divvy this stuff up and Harry has a big role to play if he wants to come in and do it.
“The question is of course whether Meghan wants to because she absolutely hated every bit of it.” Tina continued: “I think unless he does give up his book and these tell-all documentaries then there can be no trust.”
Lorraine agreed, saying: “The biggest compromise is that he bins the book, if he does that it’s a fresh page.” Tina then said: “They should definitely make that compromise. If Harry doesn’t want to bin the book then I don’t see a way forward. Which would be very sad.”
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