Prince Harry still frozen out as he ‘struggles to schedule call with King’ | Royal | News

Prince Harry is continuing to be frozen out as he “struggles to schedule call with King Charles”, an expert has claimed.

Since stepping down as a senior working royal at the start of 2020, Harry has experienced strained relationships with the Royal Family – including his father and elder brother.

After flying over to UK hours after news of the monarch’s cancer diagnosis became public in February, the 39-year-old failed to meet with his father during his short visit to Britain last month.

The reason was put down to their conflicting schedules, with royal expert and author Tom Quinn now saying that Harry is enduring a “nightmare” as Father’s Day fast approaches.

Speaking to the Mirror, Mr Quinn said: “King Charles’ birthday and Father’s Day are both a nightmare for Harry.

“He knows the world will be watching to see whether he is big enough to reach out to his father. He is determined to try to ignore his troubled relationship with his father and he will certainly send a warm message.

“It’s easy to forget that Harry really does love his father, he just hates the fact that Charles seems always to support William when there is a family dispute.”

He then added that Harry has tried to “schedule a call” with his father, saying: “Harry has tried to schedule a call with his father already, but his father is prevaricating with Camilla advising against anything that might upset King Charles.”

It has also been said that the King is feeling unsatisfied with only seeing his two youngest grandchildren, Prince Archie, 5, and Princess Lilibet, 3, via video calls, as reported by the Mirror.

A source told the publication: “The King is absolutely committed to being present in all of his grandchildren’s lives. He values family above everything and whatever the course of his ­relationship with his son he would never be content with just seeing his grandchildren on the odd video call.”

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