Prince Harry is still in London.
Will he stay for the Queen's birthday now?
The important step towards reconciliation depends on Meghan.
Munich - In the next few days it could be decided whether there will be a reconciliation between the British Royal Family and Prince Harry *. When it was recently reported that Harry would return to America two days after the funeral of his grandfather Philip, who died at the age of 99, the apostate continued to stay in London. This is crucial inasmuch as Queen Elizabeth's 95th birthday is due on Wednesday.
If Prince William's younger brother stays until his birthday, the divided parties might still be able to reconcile.
His wife Meghan * also plays a major role in this.
The heavily pregnant ex-actress stayed in the USA and is waiting there for her husband, who, according to the British media, would have bought a “flexible ticket” so that he could travel home at any time in the event of a baby alarm *.
Prince Harry: Meghan Markle makes a decision about staying in London
"The first priority is his pregnant wife," an insider is
quoted as saying
In the end, it is Meghan's decision whether there will be a debate on the Queen's Day of Honor.
Should she need her husband in the common US home, he will fly back.
However, there is hope that she is said to have a good relationship with the Queen and Prince Philip.
But if she were to order Harry back home, the door for a reconciliation is probably closed - the Royals insiders agree.
So one tells the
sure: If Prince Harry leaves before his birthday, "all attempts at reconciliation have failed."
Prince Harry: Did the walk with Papa Charles make him rethink?
On Monday, when it was rumored that Harry was leaving for Los Angeles, Harry was taking a walk with Father Charles at Windsor Castle.
Maybe the 73-year-old persuaded him to spend Wednesday with the Royals to send a positive signal.
Perhaps the first quarrels within the family could even be worked through.
It remains to be seen whether the hatchet can be buried on Wednesday.
The longer Harry stays in London, the more positive the signals are.
The 95th birthday will definitely set the trend for the royal family.
So it is still up to Meghan whether she calls her husband home early or can do without him for a few more days.
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