King Charles ‘ready to forgive Meghan Markle’

King Charles is believed to be ready to forgive Meghan Markle and Prince Harry and welcome them back into the family.

The King has been estranged from his youngest son for years now, and there have been few signs of their relationship being repaired.

However, that could all be about to change.

Last month, it was reported that King Charles and Prince Harry were planning to meet up for “peace talks” while he was visiting the UK without his wife.

Sadly, while it’s believed the meeting never went ahead, a royal expert has suggested that it could happen in the very near future as long as Harry and Meghan make the first move.

Dr Ed Owens, author of After Elizabeth: Can the Monarchy Save Itself?, has claimed that despite their tumultuous past, Charles wants the pair back in the fold.

However, despite the monarch’s apparent hopes for the family to mend ties, the royal expert said that it’s ultimately down to Meghan and Harry to make it happen.

He told GB News: “He is demonstrating he is ready to reconcile and that ultimately, the onus is on them to make a decision as to whether they want to heal the wounds that have opened up between them and the rest of the Royal Family.

“The King has done that quite successfully so far. He’s held the moral high ground, he’s presented himself as a conciliator. That is the best way to maintain his reputation as a public figure.”

He added: “The most important thing here is how he is viewed by his own public. The King obviously wants to maintain a positive reputation with the British people. In that respect, the easiest solution is for him to try and maintain and keep hold of the moral high ground. So far, he’s done that. He’s done that by making it clear, sometimes through back channels.”

However, one major roadblock in their journey to mending fences could be Harry and Meghan’s demands for an official apology from the royal family.

Dr Owens added that such a move is unlikely to ever happen because of how it would make the monarchy look in the eyes of the public.

“That would be essentially to concede that the Royal Family had done something seriously wrong in the first place,” he added.

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