Harry and Meghan are “moving towards reconciliation”, an expert has claimed.
Royal commentator Judita Dasilva believes the couple is in the process of reconciliation.
Appearing on GB News, she told Esther McVey and Philip Davies said: “I think that Harry and Meghan have more seasoned representation managing them behind the scenes.
"It feels as if they have been told to move towards presenting themselves as willing to reconcile and do right by bringing a family together.
Royal commentator Judita Dasilva believes the couple is in the process of reconciliation
“That's the only way they will amend public perception, particularly as a UK brand. And I say bravo to that because, at the end of the day, they could just stop talking.
“To all of those who've watched William and Harry grow up the most heartbreaking thing is to see these brothers fall apart and if there is potential for reconciliation, we should all be supporting that and sharing that.
“If Meghan’s management is as good as I know they are, they will have told her that all she can do is fall behind the scenes and let Harry rehabilitate.”
Meghan and Harry will reportedly not feature in anymore tell-all interviews
Judita’s comments come after it was announced Harry and Meghan would stop doing tell-all interviews.
The couple reportedly intends to focus their attention on working behind the camera as opposed to in front of it - meaning they will no longer speak publicly about the Royal Family as they have “nothing left to say”.
The change in direction follows a number of sit-down interviews done with Harry and Meghan - the most notable being with Oprah Winfrey in 2021 and Harry’s memoir Spare.