Prince Harry must 'apologise' to Camilla to receive King Charles' forgiveness
13.02.2024 - 16:27
A leading royal expert and author has suggested that Prince Harry will need to say sorry to Queen Camilla to mend his relationship with his father, King Charles. Joining Tuesday's instalment of ITV's Loose Women, Ingrid Seward spoke to the panel about Prince Harry's difficult relationship with his father.
She explained the King would really like to make things right with his son, who has just flown back to the UK after hearing about his dad's illness. Ingrid's appearance on the show comes after her new book My Mother and I was released.
The book charts King Charles' relationship with the late Queen and hit bookshelves just days after the shock announcement from Buckingham Palace that he has cancer.
During her appearance, Ingrid opened up on one of the key factors that would ease family tensions. After countless negative comments about Queen Camilla, the expert pointed out that an apology from Harry to his stepmother would potentially be the start of a reconciliation.
In his book Spare, Harry said that Queen Camilla, 76, had told stories about the Royal Family to the press to make herself look better and used phrases such as "wicked stepmother". "I have complex feelings about gaining a step-parent who I thought had recently sacrificed me on her personal PR altar," he wrote.
Ingrid shared her views on the tricky relationship between Prince Harry and King Charles, saying: "I think Harry's father would like there to be some reconciliation, but I think that in order for that to happen, Harry has to apologise to his step-mother. He has to apologise to Camilla once and for all." She added: "She's the sort of woman that wouldn't want to ask for it, but I think an apology might really be necessary at this stage." After Harry's
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