Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were spotted leaving Clarence House when they went to the U.K. for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in early June, but it seems like the duo didn't make any progress with Prince Charles.
“Well, I understand that it was a perfunctory meeting and that there was no real breakthrough," expert Christopher Anderson said. “And I have a feeling that Prince Harry definitely went there hoping for some sort of rapprochement but there were no touchy-feely vibes coming back in his direction. So, I think the curtain has come down. And one of the things I think is so sad about this is Diana, were she alive today, would be heartbroken by this. She would have understood why Harry would have wanted to make his own life and wanted to go to California."
“But she always saw Harry as, you know, as William's wingman. She always said: ‘My boys are my revenge,'" he continued. “And what she meant by that was that as a team they would go on and carry the monarchy forward into a more modern era. But now it just looks like it’s going to be William and Kate, and their kids.”
It seems as though Prince Harry, 37, barely hung out with his older brother, Prince William, 39. “He's still deeply upset about it and feels let down, but he’s moved on," a friend told The Times of their feud.
William didn't show up to Lilibet's first birthday party, which took place on June 4. According to a source, the prince wasn't happy to see his brother — especially at the Service of Thanksgiving.
The dad-of-three was “incredibly worried about having all the family there, and what everyone was going to say," the insider shared. "He was so relieved that most of the media made it all about the Queen, Prince Charles and the children — they are the key people — and he was really pleased about that.”