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King Won’t Give ‘Olive Branch’ to Harry & Wife to Join Working Royals as ‘Quad’ of Women Stand By Him, Says Expert

Following the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, King Charles III delivered his inaugural speech to the United Kingdom on September 9, 2022.

The reigning king startled many by naming his second son and daughter-in-law, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, during his speech.

Given the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s connection with His Majesty in recent years, many assumed King Charles’ act indicated he sought peace and that the couple return to their duties in the UK. Nevertheless, a royal expert claims that this may not be the case.

During an interview Nick Bullen, co-founder of True Royalty TV, claimed that King Charles will not extend an olive branch to Harry and Markle, despite his desire to restore their damaged relationship. In the words of the royal expert, the king’s message in his first address was clear: he loves Meghan and Harry, but they’ve taken a different path.

Bullen went on to say that seeing The Sussexes come to the UK as Senior working royals was unlikely since King Charles was heartbroken about how things had gone with Harry and Markle in recent years.

According to the source, the queen embraced the Duchess of Sussex into the Royal Family with open arms and wanted nothing more than for Harry to be joyful.

Bullen went on to say that because King Charles wanted Harry to be happy, he was pleased when he witnessed how happy Markle made his son.

But, unhappily, things changed, and the Sussexes departed the UK for America, becoming alienated from Royal Family members, including King Charles, for a long time, finally leaving him devastated. Even when the family came together for a common purpose, such as Queen Elizabeth’s burial, Bullen felt it was more painful for King Charles.

Such instances, per the True Royalty TV co-founder, made one understand how horrible things had been. Finally, Bullen claims that King Charles, more than anybody else, wishes for things to return to the way it was.

Following Queen Elizabeth’s untimely death, King Charles assumed the throne and started his reign as Britain’s new ruler.

His Majesty will have many tasks and responsibilities as the first male king in 70 years. A royal specialist, on the other hand, says that the king has nothing to stress about since he has a significant amount of support, particularly among the female Senior working royals. In an interview Royal Commentator Jonathan Sacerdoti stated, there is a highly confident and capable ‘quad’ of women to work with King Charles III and the Prince of Wales, Prince William, in Kate, Princess Anne, Queen Consort Camilla, and Sophie Wessex.

According to Sacerdoti, Britain is in the process of transitioning from the age of a compassionate female queen to adjusting to someone who will reign as king.

Furthermore, the analyst feels that having assistance from female working royals would benefit the active feminine aspect of the Royal Family, something all will miss about Queen Elizabeth.

Finally, Sacerdoti believes that King Charles will receive all of the aid he requires during his reign since Senior Royal family members have been helpful in recent years. In his own words: “In recent years, the senior royals have shown that they made an excellent team, and they’ve helped take some of the burdens off of her late Majesty the Queen.”

Following Queen Elizabeth’s death, certain Royal Family members experienced significant changes. Their titles were changed, most significantly with King Charles III’s ascension. For instance, Prince William and Kate Middleton now have the titles of Prince and Princess of Wales.

According to rumours, Harry and Markle’s children are named “Master Archie Mountbatten-Windsor” and “Miss Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor” in the Royal Line of Succession. As a result, debate has centered on a probable explanation for King Charles’ choice to postpone his grandchildren’s royal titles.

The queen, according to an insider, is awaiting the conclusion of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s planned media ventures, such as Harry’s book and the couple’s Netflix documentary. According to the source: a great deal will rely on what occurs in the following months, especially with Harry’s new book and their TV program.

According to reports, Harry’s memoir will be released in 2023, while the Netflix documentary is still in the works. Meanwhile, the public can only speculate on what will happen in the Royal Family in the following months.

Hopefully, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s planned media endeavors will not exacerbate the schism between them and the Royal Family, as there are worries that His Majesty will prevent Archie and Lilibet from becoming Prince and Princess.

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