Ready to work things out? Prince Harry has been vocal about a possible reconciliation with his family after stepping back from his royal duties in 2020.
The Invictus Games founder seemingly sparked a family feud when he and wife Meghan Markle left England and relocated to the United States. The move came shortly after the couple, who share son Archie and daughter Lili, announced they were temporarily taking a break from being senior royals.
In 2021, the twosome permanently left behind their lives of royal service, which only caused more strain on their relationships with Harry’s family back in the U.K. In March of that year, the duo spoke out against The Firm and several members of the royal family during a CBS tell-all special.
At the time, Harry claimed that the mistreatment of Meghan by the British tabloids — and The Firm’s lack of support for her — led to their move. He also revealed that since he settled in California, things between him and his father, King Charles III, and his brother, Prince William, hadn’t gotten any better.
The former military pilot explained during the sit-down that he and William were taking “space” at the moment in hopes that “time heals all things.”
When the Duke and Duchess of Sussex decided to share even more stories about their past with the royals in the December 2022 Netflix docuseries, Harry & Meghan, the relationships hardened.
“The general consensus amongst the royals is that Harry and Meghan aren’t doing themselves any favors by speaking out about the family,” a source exclusively told Us Weekly at the time, noting that Harry’s U.K. family thinks he and the Suits alum are “digging themselves into a deeper hole with these tell-alls.”
The following month, Harry began doing interviews in support of his memoir, Spare, dropping in January 2023. After excerpts from the book were released — many of which slammed Charles and William, as well as his sister-in-law, Princess Kate — Harry denied having any ill intent toward his family.
“Forgiveness is 100 percent a possibility,” the BetterUp CIO said during his January 2023 ITV interview, when asked about his future plans. “I would like to get my father back. I would like to have my brother back.”
He concluded: “I still would like reconciliation.”
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Scroll down to see what Harry has said about reconciling with his loved ones across the pond over the years: