The dispute between Prince Harry and King Charles III. could be over soon. At least that's what the British media are speculating about and reporting on a deal between father and son that is supposed to bring peace to the family.
Is the ice age between Prince Harry and his father, King Charles III. maybe finished soon? According to British media reports, there is at least a thaw at the moment: an insider revealed to the newspaper "The Telegraph", for example, that the new monarch would see an "enormous hope swimmer". The 73-year-old got this impression during the mourning phase for Queen Elizabeth II, who died on September 8th, in conversations with Harry and his wife, Duchess Meghan.
The conversations would give him hope that relations between the core of the royal family and the Sussexes could improve again. It is still the case that the king loves his two children. In addition, the British newspaper "The Mirror" reports that 38-year-old Harry is currently revising his planned tell-all book. The exact reasons for this are not yet known, but it is assumed that the prince softened some passages so as not to further fuel the dispute with his family. Actually, the supposedly long-completed book should be published shortly.
There could also be a possible deal between Harry and the king behind it: are the prince titles of his grandchildren, three-year-old Archie and one-year-old Lilibet, up for discussion? It is said that Charles would like to give royal status to Harry and Meghan's children.
In return, however, he demands trust. That's why he's waiting until the book is published. So far, the prince titles have not officially been transferred, although Harry's descendants would actually be entitled to the title as the monarch's grandsons. This is interpreted by nobility experts to mean that advice is still being given behind the scenes.