What Queen Elizabeth Allegedly Wanted Prince Harry And Prince William To Do Together

The rift between Prince Harry and his brother, Prince William, and father, Prince Charles, has been ongoing for over a year. Although the family members may have been on rocky ground following Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle (via Insider), things reportedly got worse after Harry and Meghan announced their exit from the royal family in early 2020, per The Blast. Since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's departure from royal life, Harry has returned to the U.K. on two occasions. He flew home in April to attend the funeral of his grandfather Prince Philip and returned in July to unveil a statue of his late mother, Princess Diana, in honor of her 60th birthday.

Woman and Home reports that although the tension between William and Harry has cooled, Harry is still struggling in his relationship with Charles. "Although the rift with the Duke of Cambridge shows signs of thawing after the brothers unveiled their mother's statue, Harry, I understand, remains in a war of words with his father," royal expert Duncan Larcombe admitted in July.

Harry also appeared on Dax Shepard's podcast and admitted that there was a lot of "genetic pain" in the way he was raised, adding that he's working hard to raise his children in a different way (via Yahoo). "He is unlikely to have spoken to Prince Charles since he slammed his parenting skills in a podcast watched around the world," Larcombe added. Now, Queen Elizabeth may be ready to intervene to fix the royal rift.

Queen Elizabeth wants to help her family reconnect

Fox News reports that Queen Elizabeth is so distraught about the rift between Prince Harry, Prince William, and Prince Charles, that she is ready to take action. The 95-year-old monarch has reportedly reached out to Harry in hopes of bringing the father and sons together via a video call, which she would mediate in case of any flaring tempers. "Elizabeth urged Harry to call via Zoom for peace talks while Charles is in Scotland and offered to be a mediator," a palace insider told Closer Weekly. "It's taken some persuasion, but they've agreed to it because they both love and respect the queen."

The source went on to reveal that during the queen's long reign, she's dealt with a number of issues and knows that being open is the best way to tackle a problem. "Elizabeth's seen it all — the good, the bad, and the ugly, but one thing she's learned as queen is the power of positive thinking and facing challenges head-on," the insider stated. In addition, the palace source reveals that Elizabeth knows that having a united family is in the best interest of the country. "She understands that the power and strength of the monarchy comes from the core members of the royal family working together. Elizabeth would be devastated if her family did not come together and make amends during her lifetime."

Perhaps Elizabeth is the one person who can end the rift between Harry, William, and Charles.