‘Charles gave an olive branch – whether or not Harry picks it up is yet to be seen’ says Royal Expert


King Charles has delivered an olive branch to Harry and will be willing to listen to advice during his reign, Royal experts have predicted. 

In an interview with GB News, respected Royal commentator Angela Levin predicted the new King will lean heavily on younger members of his family. 

She told Alastair Stewart: “Charles is  going to bring in the family because he knows his age is over 70 and he wants to make the public feel reassured that he is very happy to use younger people than himself in any sort of necessary situation or even, just to get their feelings. 

“We’ve seen that with Prince William and when he talked about Harr. I think that’s tremendously good. And I think it’s linked very strongly to him and the Queen walking around Buckingham Palace.”

Addressing King Charles’s maiden speech she said it was “fascinating” how he’d dealt with the issue of Harry and Meghan.

“I thought it was fascinating,” she said. “He proved first, that he was a father, and fathers of their children might not like what their children do, but they love them as individuals. 

“But also he didn’t give them any sort of honour. He didn’t say the Duke and Duchess or anything like that. So he welcomed how they were getting on overseas. He sort of covered it brilliantly without any commitment.”

Charles Rae, a former Royal writer with the Sun newspaper, added;  “How nice is it that for the very first time in 25 years, we’re actually going to have the title Princess of Wales being used once again. 

“I mean, let’s not forget that, technically, Camilla has been Princess of Wales. But there was a reason why she never used that title. 

“But I think Catherine is going to be an absolutely brilliant Princess of Wales and it will be so nice. You can imagine what the papers and newspaper television are going to do. They’re going to be side by side with things that Diana did and now, Catherine, so it’s really fantastic. And I’m really pleased that the King made that announcement without having to wait for a year or two years or whatever. It is really good. 

“And he had to mention Harry. He had to mention Megan because Harry is his son. And I think it’s an olive branch, whether or not he picks up that olive branch remains to be seen.”

Mr Rae’s comments were echoed by fellow royal expert Rafe Heydel-Mankoo who said: “King Charles had no choice on the matter. To have omitted reference to Harry and Meghan, I think would have struck an entirely wrong note on an occasion when the monarch is supposed to reassure the monarchy and the world that the transition will be smooth and that there is a time for compassion and for reconciliation.”


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