Prince Harry is said to have started a conversation with his brother, Prince William, and his father, Prince Charles, for the first time after his ‘tell all’ interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Conversations initiated, although not productive

According to “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King, conversations were initiated over the weekend between Harry and his father and brother, albeit not productive. But the couple was glad that dialogue had begun with the royal family, and they are looking forward to healing. However, the royal family is yet to reach Meghan Markel following the interview. Gayle said that it is true that Harry has spoken to his brother and father, but the talks were not productive.

In the interview with Oprah, Harry said that the relationship with his father was not good because he supported Meghan’s decision to step away from senior royal duties. While they were in Canada, the Duke said he had two conversations with his father and three with the Queen.  However, his father stopped taking his calls. While he said that he has since started talking with his father, he felt let down considering his past experiences with Princess Diana and the  UK tabloids.

Buckingham Palace stated Meghan and Harry’s interview

In response to the interview, Buckingham Palace indicated that the royal family was saddened to learn the extent of the challenging past year Harry and Meghan have endured. The issues raised, especially on race, are worrying, and although some recollections may vary, they have been taken seriously and will be addressed. The statement concluded that the royal family will much love Harry and his family.

Last week Prince William made a public appearance and gave his opinion about the dramatic events. The Prince of Cambridge said that they are not a racist family and said that he had not spoken with his brother, but he will do so. It seems there is a lot of beef between the brothers, and one conversation will not solve everything.

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