The Duke of Sussex's relationship with His Majesty was notably impacted by his 2020 exit from royal life, followed by his controversial memoir, Spare.
"Harry's been very quiet and so has Meghan," Duncan Larcombe explained in an interview. "They've kept their heads down for a number of months and I think possibly now would be a good time for Harry to meet his father and for them to have grown-up conversation, where some tensions and rawness of Spare and everything else has perhaps died down."
"I would imagine Harry would want Meghan to be at the meeting. If Harry can patch things up with his family, then ultimately Meghan might be brought in from the cold as well," he added. "There's a way back for Harry I think, because the Royals have not slammed the door in his face."
“King Charles is due to return to London from Balmoral in the middle of September, which ties in with the end of Harry’s Invictus Games trip to Dusseldorf," a source explained.
"The King has a rescheduled official visit to France on 20 September, so [he] has a few days to spare in London to meet with his son. Staff are trying to fine-tune the details as we speak," the insider added.
"He feels utterly betrayed by what Harry wrote about him in the book [Spare] and said about him on Netflix," the confidant shared. "They were very close growing up so it has been very painful for William. But ultimately what can he do? Just look at Spare. It’s literally William’s worst nightmare. It is a total violation of his privacy."
"On top of that, Harry has criticized Kate and the way he is bringing up his children," they added.
Larcombe told New and was quoted by The Mirror.