According to a royal analyst, Prince Harry’s brief meeting with his cancer-stricken father, King Charles III, may have “stirred the pot” among the Royal Family. The Duke of Sussex travelled to Los Angeles the following day to join his wife, Meghan Markle, who remained in the US, having flown in from California on Tuesday after learning of his father’s sickness.
According to Robert Jobson, a royal specialist, Charles likely didn’t want all the commotion for this reason, as he told The Sun. Harry’s flight overhead raises the possibility that his condition is far worse than it actually is.
“I anticipate that many people will be sitting there believing that, since he’s on the plane, something must be wrong.”
Harry has a certain amount of drama with him. Will William and the King be made whole again? It stirs up the entire pot,” he said.
Prince Harry’s remarks on Netflix strengthen his bond with Queen Camille
Jobson added that Harry’s relationship with his father might have been strained as a result of his criticism of Queen Camilla in his book Spare.
“The Queen was with the King,” he continued. To be honest, in his book Spare, he didn’t say many kind things about Queen Camilla.
He didn’t say many kind things about her on Netflix. They are not compatible. Secondly, there hasn’t been much communication. That adds a degree of drama and complication that he doesn’t now require.
“The royals do stick to a pretty military clock,” the royal expert said. All these things need to be arranged with the helicopter pilot. Thus, he had to alter his plans. The King detests altering his plans more than anything else.
“He wished him all the best and gave him enough time for a hug and kiss.”
Family comes before conflict in Prince Harry’s “important gesture” to King Charles
According to a public relations specialist, Prince Harry’s decision to come to the UK to see his father is indicative of his wish to patch things up with his family.
“Prince Harry’s decision to be with King Charles following his cancer diagnosis suggests a significant gesture of family solidarity and support,” Renae Smith told the Express.
“This shows that in times of crisis, family ties and personal relationships can prevail, even in the face of previously reported tensions or disputes within the Royal Family.”
“It’s an example of putting family ties ahead of old grudges, and it may actually pave the way for harmony within the Royal Family.”