Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton have not exchanged a word for ten days before the funeral of the late Queen Elizabeth, reports said Wednesday, and Harry’s armistice with his brother would fall apart if Harry pushed ahead with plans to publish a memoir.
Sources told respected royal reporter Russell Myers’s Daily Mirror that despite careful efforts to portray a united front, including a public outing by Harry, Meghan, William and Kate at Windsor Castle, there will be no reconciliation until all Harry’s “cards on the table” and the book are published or discarded.
A source described as a “royal insider” told Myers: “The family continues to mourn and is now finally allowed to grieve the queen out of the eyes of millions.
“However, any discussion of a truce between the Prince (William) and the Duke (Harry) will be temporary.
“There’s still a huge amount of distrust in the air and there isn’t any cause for that to change.”
Referring to Harry’s memoirs, the release date is not known, but could now be delayed from its originally planned publication date of “late 2022″, the source added: ” It feels very little to pursue a fix in a relationship until all the cards are on the table.”
The Daily Beast understands that the palace is deeply concerned that the book may seek to undermine and damage Charles.
In an interview with Cutannounced just days before the queen’s death, Meghan appeared to issue a veiled threat that she would reveal even more damaging details about her life as a royal. family, said: “I’ve never had to sign anything that restricts me from talking… I have a lot to say until I don’t. “
The Sussexes have now spent three weeks away from their children and are expected to return to California soon.
Myers added that sources said Kate and Meghan were “unknown” to have exchanged words during the time that the Sussexes were in the UK.
The relationship between the two became fractured after Meghan accused Kate of making her cry as a bridesmaid before her wedding, but said later reports twisted the case to say it was Meghan who had made Kate cry and the palace refused to support her. up.
Meghan’s friend, Gayle King told More: “There have been efforts on both sides… to make this right. We’ll see… Big families always experience drama, always experience turmoil. It remains to be seen — will they be pulled closer together or will they be pulled apart? “
Evidence of estrangement between Harry and his family has been seen in a series of decisions that have emerged choose him as an outsiderfrom not finding a place for him on the military plane carrying William and other family members to Scotland, to the fact that he and Meghan were not invited to a reception for world leaders on the eve of the funeral and decided to ban him from wearing military uniform for most events.
In addition, Harry was only about the queen’s death by his father five minutes before it was announced to the world.