Prince Harry is said to have shown hesitation in engaging in solitary “peace talks” with his father, King Charles III, during his upcoming Europe tour. The Duke of Sussex is rumored to prefer involving his wife, Meghan Markle, in any potential reconciliation efforts.

Rumors indicate that the Duchess of Sussex won’t be present for the meeting between Prince Harry and King Charles in London, where peace negotiations are purported to be on the agenda.

OK! Magazine UK cited insider claims suggesting that Prince Harry is open to discussing matters with his father, but he wishes for Meghan to accompany him on his European trip and be part of the discussions.

Duncan Larcombe, a royal analyst, noted that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have maintained a low profile recently, making the present time opportune for Charles and Harry to connect.

Larcombe commented, “After keeping a relatively low profile for a few months, this might be a good moment for Harry to have a mature conversation with his father, with some of the tensions and emotions surrounding recent events having possibly subsided.”

Prince Harry Reportedly Declines Solo Peace Talks with King Charles During Europe Tour

Prince Harry is gearing up for a visit to the UK next month for charitable purposes. In the midst of this, Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, is reportedly encouraging her father-in-law, King Charles, to engage in a conversation with his estranged son.

The potential meeting carries the prospect of fostering communication and understanding within the royal family during a time of transition and change.