Coming to America: King Charles Set to Travel to Montecito to See Prince Harry for 'Resolution' to Feud

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King Charles... in Montecito?

Jun. 25 2024, Published 5:00 p.m. ET

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King Charles III is reportedly set to travel to America "at some point in the future" to mainly "visit his grandchildren," Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, but also to see Prince Harry.

"There is no doubt if it goes ahead he would build in time to visit his youngest son and his grandchildren, but there are mountains of planning to be overcome before that becomes even a remote possibility," royal author Tom Quinn said of the potential visit.

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King Charles wants a Sussex-less vacation at Balmoral Castle this summer.

"It's certainly possible that he would make a discreet private visit to Harry and the children in California," he added. "He is desperate to see them and hates the idea that Archie and Lily will not remember him as the warm friendly grandfather he wants to be."

The reason for such a trip would likely have to tie into some major trip the monarch was already undertaking, a royal insider pointed out. "Perhaps as a brief detour before or after the King and Queen Camilla leave Australia and/or New Zealand later this year," they observed.

Their Majesties are reported to be considering a "reduced" trip down under this autumn in a long-awaited Coronation visit cut from two weeks to just six days now that the monarch is fighting cancer.

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Prince Harry left the royal fold in 2020.

"The logistics behind King Charles’s making a trip to America, whether it’s private or not, and meeting with Harry without may prove difficult," relationship analyst Louella Alderson dished. "King Charles has many royal obligations and now health issues as well, so a trip to America in any capacity would likely require careful planning and coordination.”

Alderson continued: “This fact alone means if King Charles is willing to make the effort and put forth the time and energy to visit Harry in America, it could be a significant gesture of his desire to mend their relationship. It's possible that he may be more willing to address any issues and work towards finding a resolution than he has been previously."

No mention of His Majesty meeting with his daughter-in-law Meghan Markle was made, however, it would almost be certain the Duchess of Sussex would have a say in the gathering, which would require a "massive security operation" overtaking their mansion.

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King Charles, like Thomas Markle, has 'no relationship' with his Sussex grandchildren.

"While it may show a willingness on the King’s part to try and reconcile their relationship, it ultimately depends on both parties being open to communication and willing to start working through any issues that have caused tension between them," Alderson stated about the theoretical meeting.

She concluded: "Ultimately, the success of this trip and potential reconciliation between King Charles and Harry will depend on both parties being open and committed to resolving their differences. It may take time for their relationship to fully heal after the events of recent years, but every effort made towards reconciliation is a positive step."

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His Majesty The King in his coronation photograph, May 6, 2023.

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The New York Post reported on Quinn's remarks.



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