It’s been just over a week since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle gave Oprah Winfrey an explosive tell-all interview. We reported yesterday that Gayle King, Oprah’s best friend, said that while Harry and his brother Prince William had been in contact since the interview aired, the negotiations had been “unproductive.”
Royal specialist Angela Levin recently told US Weekly that the brothers’ relationship will never be the same again.
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“I don’t believe they could ever be as close as they were before,” Levin said.
Because of Meghan, the siblings had already drifted so far apart.
She went on to say that the only chance they have to mend their relationship is this summer, when Harry returns to the UK to unveil a memorial for their mother, Princess Diana.
“Prince Harry told me that because of their unique experience of losing a mother, William was the only person he could really trust and the only person he could say anything to,” said Levin, who spoke with Harry extensively for her 2018 book Harry: A Biography of a Prince.
She went on to say, “They have a lot in common, despite their very different personalities.” “However, I believe it has gone too far.”
You’ve crossed a line when you go after a man’s wife in public.
According to Levin, William is angry about remarks made by Harry and Meghan about his wife, Kate Middleton, as well as accusations of racism in the royal family.
“He, like Prince Charles, is out there with a dark cloud hanging over him,” Levin explained. “I mean, if you make an accusation like that, which is really heinous, to say that someone in the royal family is [racist], they can’t really respond to it. They won’t be able to because of their positions.”
Meghan alleged racism from within the royal family during their interview, saying that an unnamed senior royal questioned how dark her then-unborn son Archie’s skin would be. Harry would not name the member of his family, only stating that it was not Queen Elizabeth or Prince Philip. Meghan has also claimed that she felt so isolated as a royal that she contemplated suicide during her pregnancy.
Two days later, the royal family issued a short statement via Buckingham Palace.
In a statement received by Fox News, the royal family said, “The whole family is saddened to learn the full extent of how difficult the last few years have been for Harry and Meghan.” “The issues raised, especially the one of race, are alarming. While some recollections may differ, they are all taken seriously and will be addressed privately by the family. Harry, Meghan, and Archie will always be cherished members of the royal family.”
“We are not a racist family,” William said in response to a reporter’s question about the interview last week. I haven’t yet spoken with [Harry], but I will.”