Wales Olive Branch Extended to Montecito: William and Kate Are 'More Open' to Reconciliation Than Harry and Meghan Are

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The Prince and Princess of Wales are 'open' to reconciling with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Apr. 3 2024, Published 4:02 p.m. ET

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Prince William and Catherine, Princess of Wales, have reportedly extended an olive branch to Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.

"Kate and William are far more enthusiastic about trying for a reconciliation than Meghan and Harry," royal author Tom Quinn dished.

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The Wales and Sussex royal couples have been estranged from one another 'since early 2020.'

"Keeping up the feud is easier for Meghan and Harry in many ways because in the States they may be celebrities, but they are not under the spotlight in the way Kate and William are," he added.

Quinn continued: "Given Kate's cancer diagnosis, Harry will certainly make efforts to see his brother and Kate when he returns to the U.K. in May — if it happens at all, it's to be a very brief, carefully choreographed meeting and organized to last a short time so that the brothers can avoid any difficult conversations."

The author then revealed that "at the same time, Harry knows how it will look if he comes back to the U.K. and doesn't see his brother and Kate. It's going to be a very awkward time."

This meeting would come after Harry's "blink, and you'll miss it" meeting with King Charles III on February 6, following the monarch's cancer disclosure.

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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, at a mental health round table summit, February 2018.

In Spare, the Duke spilled about how Prince William found the TV actress to be "rude, difficult and abrasive." He also revealed how the then Duchess of Cambridge did not get along with the new Duchess of Sussex throughout the late 2010s. He wrote about how their dynamic with one another completely soured with the now infamous Princess Charlotte bridesmaid dress fiasco during the run-up to Harry and Meghan's May 2018 nuptials.

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The former 'Fab Four' were once termed 'the Crown's living future.'

When it comes to the natural urge to want to speak out and defend themselves, royal analyst Pandora Forsyth further added how the Prince and Princess of Wales are likely becoming "frustrated" by the monarchy's unwritten motto of: "never complain, never explain," which was perfected by the late Queen Elizabeth II.

By convention, British royals under no circumstances talk about personal matters or respond to incendiary claims or allegations against them personally. This is meant to suggest that they are "above" squabbles or drama, but this may be a bit much for William and Kate to keep abiding by.

"Every time they turn around, Harry and Meghan have planted some new allegation against them or petty story," a palace insider spilled when discussing the future king and queen. "It is hard for them not to be able to defend themselves, but silence is always the best response."

For now, the future king and queen are "killing them with kindness, especially since HRH's cancer diagnosis" according to a palace insider's insight into the ongoing Wales/Sussex rift.

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Prince William and Kate, Princess of Wales, are abiding by the Crown's rule of 'never complain, never explain.'

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Daily Express reported on Quinn's comments.

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