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Royal expert explains why Harry statement over Charles meeting ‘not nice’

In Europe
May 08, 2024

A royal expert has said that Prince Harry’s statement about not being able to see his father was ‘not a very nice thing to say’. Editor in Chief of Majesty Magazine and Royal Biographer, Ingrid Seward, speaking on GB News said that the statement released by Harry’s spokesperson yesterday could have been worded more kindly.

A spokesperson for the Duke of Sussex said: “In response to the many inquiries and continued speculation on whether or not the duke will meet with his father while in the UK this week, it unfortunately will not be possible due to His Majesty’s full programme. The duke of course is understanding of his father’s diary of commitments and various other priorities and hopes to see him soon.”

Harry has travelled to London to mark the 10th anniversary of his Paralympic-style Invictus Games tournament for wounded veterans and serving military.

Ms Seward told GB News: “I think there’s a huge issue over trust. As I said, I mean, Harry’s already told us that his father’s too busy to see him, which isn’t a very isn’t a very nice thing to say. Better left unsaid, he could. He could have said, ‘You know, we’re unfortunately, we’ve both got back to back appointments and it’s not going to work this time, but I’ll see him soon. I’ll be going up to Scotland in the summer. Spend some quality time with him.’”

Host Andrew Pierce said: ”It was quite interesting because his Harry’s office put that statement out yesterday saying just that, Um uh that Harry hoped to see his father, but his father’s diary didn’t allow it.” Ingrid replied: “If Harry had said, you know, I got them to word it a little differently. He could have said he’d hoped to see his father, but unfortunately, they were both too busy. It would have been a rather kinder sort of remark. “

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Patron of the Invictus Games Foundation at The Invictus Games Foundation Conversation

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Patron of the Invictus Games Foundation at The Invictus Games Foundation Conversation this week – he won’t be seeing his father during his UK visit -Credit:Getty Images

“I think everything can be fixed if you want it to. But the longer they leave it, the more awkward it’s going to get. And the more time you’re going to need to mend it. So I feel that well, I think it can be fixed, and I think it will be fixed, but I don’t think it will be fixed right now.”

She speculated that Harry could already have seen Kate: “TYhe thing that does actually surprise me is that Harry he hasn’t seen Kate because he was very, very close to Kate. I know he’s insulted her, but she seems to be like a very level headed, forgiving sort of lady. And I mean, maybe he has. Maybe he’s staying down down near Windsor. Maybe he’s staying at Power Park where he stayed before.”

She also said she believes as a Christian, King Charles has forgiven Harry: “I don’t believe for one minute that Charles has cut Harry out of his life or or not forgiven him because he’s a very religious man and you know, religion is all about forgiveness. I don’t I think he has forgiven him. I think he’s probably very wary of seeing him, but I don’t think it’s because he’s cut Harry out of his light.”

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