LONDON-(MaraviPost)-Prince Charles and Prince William have been making contingency plans for Prince Harry
The Queen vows to welcome Prince Harry back with open arms
Queen Elizabeth reportedly has a heartbreaking plea to her grandson, Prince Harry.
Weeks after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced their decision to quit The Firm, royal expert Phil Dampier said that the monarch’s final hope is for Prince Harry to return.
While speaking with New Idea, Dampier said that the Queen has made it clear that if and when Prince Harry changes his mind, she will welcome him with open arms. In fact, she also told Prince Charles and Prince William about her desire to have Prince Harry back.
“She has conveyed to both Charles and William too. They won’t want to alienate him even more by telling him he’s made a mistake, but they’re desperate to not make the situation any worse,” he said.
The royal expert also said that the Queen is devastated by everything that’s been happening between her and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. After banning the royal couple from using the Sussex Royal brand, Prince Harry and Markle accused the monarch of picking on them.
“Harry’s giving up a hell of a lot – his family, his military patronages, some of his charity work and, to some extent, his reputation. He’s making a big sacrifice, and for what? To presumably make money. It’s a great shame,” Dampier said.
Meanwhile, a source told The Sunday Times that Prince Charles and Prince William have also been reaching out to Prince Harry and Markle.
The royal family has reportedly been exerting the effort to lure the Duke and Duchess of Sussex back to the United Kingdom.
The source also said that Prince Harry and Markle will be offered some time away from the spotlight in Sandringham with their son, Archie, whenever they feel it’s necessary.
However, Prince Harry and Markle have not shown any interest to return to the royal fold. They have been living a quiet life in Canada since January.
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, and Queen Elizabeth II at the Queen’s Young Leaders Awards Ceremony at Buckingham Palace on June 26, 2018 in London.