Prince Harry's hopes of reconciliation with King Charles dashed: 'He's a liability to the future of the monarchy!'

Prince Harry's hopes of reconciliation with King Charles dashed: 'He's a liability to the future of the monarchy!'

WATCH NOW: Kinsey Schofield criticises Prince Harry's relationship with the Royal Family

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Georgia Pearce

By Georgia Pearce

Published: 12/05/2024

- 15:57

Prince Harry did not meet with King Charles during his flying visit to the UK for the Invictus Games service

Prince Harry's hopes of reconciling with King Charles have been dashed after the estranged father and son did not meet during his latest trip to the UK.

The Duke of Sussex returned to the UK this week to mark the tenth anniversary of the Invictus Games, but a meeting with the King was not arranged.

According to royal biographer Angela Levin, Buckingham Palace claimed they "did not receive a request" from the Duke to have a private audience with his father.

Speaking to GB News, royal commentator Kinsey Schofield said Prince Harry will not reconcile with the King until he has "matured".

Kinsey Schofield and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Kinsey Schofield says Prince Harry needs to 'mature' in order to reconcile with King Charles

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Schofield told GB News: "I do think that the King should engage in peace talks once Prince Harry does some maturing and he is completely self-serving, a perpetual victim, which we saw in that statement while he was in the UK.

"He has no respect for his elders, no respect for the institution, and a questionable relationship with the truth."

Criticising his behaviour towards the Royal Family since stepping down with Meghan Markle in 2020, Schofield claimed the Duke has "remained defiant and detrimental" throughout the "illness and death of Prince Philip, the death of Queen Elizabeth", and the "devastating cancer revelations" from both King Charles and Catherine, the Princess of Wales.

However, Schofield admitted that the growing feud between Harry and the Royal Family is "devastating to watch unfold".

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are on a de facto royal tour of Nigeria


Host Mark Dolan argued that is it "time for the country and the King to forgive Prince Harry".


Schofield hit back, claiming: "Harry's untrustworthy and his delusions of grandeur are reckless, and he remains a liability to the future of the monarchy. He still has some growing up to do."

Discussing Prince Harry's claim that King Charles was "too busy" to see him during his trip to the UK, Schofield noted that we are "giving him a lot of credit by taking his word for why they didn't have a meeting".

She explained: "The King hasn't commented on why they didn't meet. We are all reacting to a press release sent out by Prince Harry's team, and says he wanted to calm speculation. Well, where was that desire to calm speculation when Omid Scobie accused your father of racism at the end of last year?

"I just think that the whole release was entirely self-serving to cater to the victimhood narrative that he's done such a good job of building in the States."

Kinsey Schofield

Kinsey Schofield says Prince Harry is a 'liability' to the future of the Royal Family

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Turning the discussion to Meghan and Harry's visit to Nigeria, Schofield told GB News that Meghan and Harry are "still cashing in on the Royal Family name and titles".

She explained: "I think in general, yes, the objective of this trip is to appear like they are still on the level of the real working royals.

"They've become a joke in the States specifically, but also in the UK, and they need to improve their image for the Sussex brand as a whole."

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