According to new reports, Harry will reject Charles’ olive branch because he wants a “public apology.”


According to new reports, Harry will reject Charles’ olive branch because he wants a “public apology.”

The Duke of Sussex wants “an apology and an acknowledgement of the parenting pain” he suffered, according to reports, so Prince Harry will reject Prince Charles’ offer of an olive branch this week.

According to a royal historian, despite this week’s olive branch offer, Prince Harry will refuse to re-engage with Prince Charles.

By publicly praising his son Harry in a US magazine this week, Charles seemed to make the first move to break the ice with him.

In the eyes of the Sussexes, however, Dr Tessa Dunlop of MailPlus’ Palace Confidential, Charles did not go “far enough.”

“Most recently, my elder son, William, launched the prestigious Earthshot Prize to incentivize change and help repair our planet over the next ten years by identifying and investing in the technologies that can make a difference,” Charles wrote in the Newsweek essay.

“And my younger son, Harry, has made a point of emphasizing the impact of climate change, particularly in relation to Africa, and has pledged to run his charity on a net-zero basis.”

“Notably, as well as praising his late father for the work he did in this field, he also praises both his sons William and Harry for inheriting his mantle on this,” Royal Editor Rebecca English of the Daily Mail said.

“I don’t believe it was a fluke.

Harry’s relationships are still in shambles.

“I believe this is an olive branch to his younger son, indicating that he is still loved and valued.”

“No one knows how that will be received.”

The essay, according to the Mail’s Diary Editor Richard Eden, was part of Charles’ plan to reclaim his younger son’s affection.

“How Charles has reacted has been incredible,” he said.

Despite the numerous provocations and the vexing nature of the Oprah Winfrey interview, Charles has not retaliated.

“And when Charles has responded, he has done so in a magnanimous, regal manner, attempting to be as friendly as possible.”

“I believe that is his goal: to keep Harry on his side and return him.”

“If he really wanted to front-foot and love up to Harry, he would have put Harry above William in the article,” Dr Dunlop responded.

“He could have done it that way, but he chose not to.”

What’s the harm in that?”

When host Jo Elvin said that putting Harry ahead of William in the essay would have been a good idea,

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