The Royal Family are fed up with the Harry and Meghan drama, according to a leading royal expert. Russell Myers, royal editor of the Daily Mirror, told talkRADIO that Prince William and his father Charles “want to draw a line under Harry and Meghan and focus on the business at hand”. This comes amid claims that Harry is set to be frozen out of the Royal Family affairs following his bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview.
TalkRADIO host Kevin O’Sullivan said: “There were some suggestions this week that Prince Charles remains in a cold state of fury over what Prince Harry has done over the past year, particularly the interview with Oprah Winfrey.
“There was this suggestion that Charles was all for forgive, forget, heal the rift – but apparently not.
“If that is his state of mind, I think the British people will be behind him every step of the way.
“I think most people think Harry does not deserve to be forgiven.”
Mr Myers responded: “The rest of the Royal Family are very, very united in trying to get back to business
“We have hardly seen them. They have popped up on Zoom calls here and there.
“But no-one has done the real business of monarchy, which is getting out, being among the people and shining a light on different charities, and travelling the world and the Commonwealth.
“It’s part of getting Britain back on its feet. As far as Harry and Meghan are concerned, I think they will be left to try and sort things out on their own.
Mr Myers added: “He went back to America with his tail between his legs and who knows what will happen in the future.”
On Saturday it was suggested that Charles and William will move to snub Harry after the Duke of Sussex “went too far” and “crossed the line”.
Charlie Rae, a former royal editor at The Sun, told talkRADIO that it looks as if the feud between William and Harry “will not be solved”.
He said William and Charles “will never again extend their open arms to Harry” after he “crossed the line”.