Harry and Meghan now live in a $14 million mansion in Santa Barbara, California.
They happened to be in England when the Queen died on 8/9 because they were on a business trip to Europe.
The two extended the trip and stayed at Frogmore Cottage during the Queen’s funeral.
On September 20, the Sussexes reportedly flew back to the US to see their two children, Archie and Lilibet, after more than two weeks away.
The Prince of Wales is said to be unable to forgive his brother Harry’s actions for always thinking that Harry should have been his helper.
According to Katie Nicholl, author of The New Royals – Queen Elizabeth’s Legacy and the Future of the Crown, the 40-year-old New Prince of Wales is likely not to overlook what happened despite his reunion with the Duke of Sussex after the Queen’s death.
Speaking on Dan Wooton Tonight, Ms Nicholl said: “William can’t forgive Harry, not just for Harry’s behaviour and what he did or how he did it, but look at what’s going on william’s head right now. “
“William always thought Harry would be the one to give him wings, now William has to do it himself. Luckily you have Kate by your side,” the Royal expert added.
In his forthcoming book on the Royal Family, Nicholl also addresses the deepening divide between the Sussexes and the rest of the members after they decided to step down, starting a new life in the US in early 2020.
After emigrating, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex repeatedly criticized the Royal Family with the US media.
Most recently, in Meghan’s controversial interview with The Cut magazine, the 41-year-old duchess said it took her a lot of effort to forgive and hinted that she could “reveal anything” as she liked.
In another paragraph of the book, she writes that William and his wife Kate were finally relieved when Harry and Meghan announced their decision to move to the US, as they felt it would no longer be “drama”.
William is also said to have held a meeting with aides at the couple’s Norfolk home to discuss the future of the royal family after his brother left.
- But Harry was so angry that he refused to eat with his father and brother.
On the morning of September 9, the Duke of Sussex was the first member of the Royal Family to leave the castle, boarding an early British Airway flight from Aberdeen at 9.20am.
However, the Queen’s death has forced Harry and Meghan to reunite with the family several times in the past week.
Harry and other senior members of the Royal Family escorted the Queen’s coffin from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall and performed a vigil for her.
Meanwhile, Meghan also attended the procession and funeral.
In addition, the Sussex family also reunited privately with the Prince of Wales to see the sea of flowers of the people in memory of the Queen.
Earlier this week, royal correspondent Neil Sean claimed Meghan had written to request a private meeting with King Charles to heal before she and her husband returned to California.
After King Charles III refused to allow Meghan to go to Balmoral the day the Queen died, Harry was reportedly furious, refusing to have dinner with his father and brother.
According to British media, the Duke of Sussex is said to be keen to take his wife with other members of the royal family to the Queen’s Castle in Scotland to say a final goodbye to her beloved grandmother on September 8.
However, Charles called his youngest son, telling him it was “inappropriate” for the American actress to be there.
Insiders revealed that while Harry struggled to convince his father to allow Meghan to accompany him, he missed a flight carrying William and their uncles, Andrew and Edward, to Scotland.
The 38-year-old prince – who plunged the British monarchy into crisis after abandoning his Royal duties and leaving the UK for California two years ago – was furious.
Having just missed the plane and unable to go with his wife, Harry was so angry that he refused to have dinner with Charles, William and Camilla. Instead, the prince dined with the Duke of York, the Earl and the Countess of Wessex.
The next morning, Harry immediately left very early.
The Sun newspaper quoted a source as saying: “Harry was so busy trying to take Meghan to Balmoral and arguing with his family that he missed his flight.
Charles offered to invite Harry to dinner with him whenever he was in the country.
But Harry was so angry that he refused to eat with his father and brother. And he left Balmoral as soon as possible to catch the first commercial flight back to London.”