The Royal Family, Meghan Markle, and Prince Harry have been at odds for a very long time. Neither party has offered an apology, and it remains to be seen if their friendship can ever be restored.
King Charles’s separation from his son Harry and daughter-in-law Meghan must be unbearable. But he seems to be finding it more harder to be away from his grandchildren, Archie and Lilibet, and he is eager to get back to them as soon as possible.
They have occasionally desired to reunite, such as the weekend of the coronation, but it has never worked out. To far, King Charles has not visited Harry and his family in the United States. Naturally, he has a very hectic schedule as king, which makes any possible trip over the pond difficult.
In any event, if nothing else, it is hoped that Charles, Harry, and Meghan’s disagreement will soon be resolved in order to strengthen the relationship between a grandfather and his grandchildren.
If the most recent reports are to be believed, King Charles is actually becoming more and more desperate.
There is nothing more important than family. Severe family disagreements have the ability to sever enduring ties and turn relatives against one another; in certain situations, the harm is irreparable. When children are involved, it can mean that they are left without certain family members without their own fault, which is the most tragic aspect of it.
Unfortunately, it seems that the Royal Family went through that. King Charles practically never gets to meet his grandchildren, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, who reside in the US, because of his strained relationship with Prince Harry.
The monarch still loves and longs to see his grandkids, according to royal analyst Angela Levin, regardless of what has happened between Charles and Harry.
Archie, Lilibet, and King Charles have “hardly” spent “any quality time” together.
Being away from one’s children or grandchildren, even for a single day, may be incredibly challenging for any parent or grandparent. It seems that King Charles is suffering because he hasn’t seen Lilibet or Archie in a long time.
In his latest book OUR KING: Charles III: The Man and the Monarch, royal author Robert Jobson discusses Charles’s anguish about Archie and Lilibet, who are sixth and seventh in the line of succession.
Jobson asserts that despite the challenges brought about by Harry and Meghan’s split from the royal family, Archie and Lilbet are “always in Charles’ heart.”
In his book, Jobson wrote, “Unfortunately, because of his difficult relationship with his second son, Prince Harry, and his wife Meghan, Charles has barely spent any real time with his other grandkids, Archie and his sister, Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor.”
However, many in his inner circle assert that he is always in love with them. It’s one of the things making it harder for him to come to terms with his split from his second son.
Charles saw Archie for the first time not long after the kid was born, while Harry and Meghan were still living next door at Frogmore Cottage.
However, there are rumors that even back then, Harry and Meghan intended to move abroad and leave the life of royalty behind.
“Charles was thrilled as he cradled the baby boy in his arms when he went to see Harry and Meghan at Frogmore Cottage a week after Archie was born in May 2019,” Jobson stated. “But at that point, the Sussexes were already planning their escape from the Firm.”