Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been urged to take the first step in extending the olive branch to senior members of the royal family.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex appear to be in hot water as King Charles, Prince William and other members of the royal family are reluctant to respond to any of the couple’s claims in their Netflix docuseries that cause reactions around the world.
Prince Harry hoped that his family would react and make some arrangements to heal the rift, as they did with Mrs. Fulani after a competition.
Lady Hussey made “unacceptable and deeply regrettable” comments about Fulani heritage last month. Lady Hussey later offered her “sincere apologies” to Mrs Fulani, who accepted the gesture.
The Sussexes see the move as a “double whammy” as they also want to “sit down with the royal family” for a meeting to address the “issues”.
Harry knows where his family is and how to get in touch if he wants to bridge the gap between them, sources told the Telegraph.
In the sixth episode of Harry and Meghan, the Duke openly said he had to “make peace with the fact that we’re probably never going to get genuine accountability or a genuine apology”.
The Duke added that he and his wife were “moving on” and focusing on what’s to come.” While the Palace is understood to have no plans to extend a similar olive branch at this stage, it also does not want widening the gap between the royal family and the Sussexes even further.
Meghan and Harry have been advised to make the first move to reconcile with the royal family as they know they will “probably never get a genuine apology” from the firm.