Prince Charles Shock: Camilla Parker-Bowles' Husband To Allow Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Rejoin The Royal Family? Duke Writes Heartfelt Message For 'Courageous Troop's On 2022 Anzac Day

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Prince Charles has reportedly been reunited with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle earlier this month after the Sussex couple dropped by Windsor Castle to visit Queen Elizabeth. Reports have it that the Prince of Wales has not been on speaking terms with his youngest son since the infamous Megxit in January 2020.

Speculations are rife that Prince Charles and Prince William were "very angry" after Prince Harry allegedly called them "trapped" by the life in The Firm. The husband of Meghan Markle also said that, while he was able to get out, his father and brother did not have this kind of freedom.

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Recently, Prince Charles has been told to "listen to the people" and not allow Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to rejoin the royal family. Keep on reading to know more details.

Prince Charles Urged Not To Allow Prince Harry And Meghan Markle To Rejoin The Royal Family

Royally Us Christine Ross and Christina Garibaldi talked about the possibility of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle rejoining the royal fold in their most recent episode. Christina, as per Express UK, said:

"Prince Charles likes it or not, he will have to listen to the people. I don't see people forgiving Harry and Meghan anytime soon, that's why I can't see Charles allowing them to be part-time royals. I think it's wishful thinking at best."

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The program host went on:

"We will have to wait and see. It doesn't seem like Harry and Charles have the best relationship to begin with so I don't know if either side really wants this."

Christine, for her part, stated:

"It's really interesting, you know, the Royal Family, as much as we talk internationally [about the royals] and especially in America, they do really serve the British people."

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She furthered:

"I don't think the British people are very fond of Harry and Meghan after everything that's unraveled so I think that the British people might not feel that they're the best representatives of their country."

Queen Elizabeth, reportedly, did not publicly oppose Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's decision when they announced their departure two years ago. The son of Prince Charles and his wife had requested their followers, in their announcement, to continue to "fully support Her Majesty The Queen" but to "work to become financially independent."

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In a previous episode of Royally Us, royal biographer Tom Quinn shared:

"I think Meghan and Harry are hoping, and I've had this on good authority when the Queen dies, Charles will be open to allowing Harry and Meghan to be part-time royals. Which is what they wanted from the start."

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry arrived in the U.K. last week and met Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, and Camilla Parker-Bowles in a "cordial yet awkward" meeting. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex graced the Invictus Games in the Netherlands, which is said to be featured in one of their upcoming Netflix projects.

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Prince Charles Remembers All 'Courageous Troops' On The 2022 Anzac Day

Meanwhile, Prince Charles has reflected on the sacrifices of the Armed Services personnel of Australia and New Zealand in two World Wars. The husband of Camilla Parker-Bowles paid a heart-warming message to the "courageous troops" on the 2022 Anzac Day.

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In his message posted on social media, Prince Charles said:

“On this ANZAC Day, my wife and I are thinking of all the courageous troops who endured so much in 1915 on the beaches and in the rugged hills of the Gallipoli Peninsula. As we pause to reflect on the sacrifice of the Armed Services personnel of Australia and New Zealand in two World Wars, and in other conflicts and peacekeeping operations, our thoughts will also be with those communities around the world who are being torn apart by violence and conflict, and those who are fighting for freedom in the face of oppression.”

Prince Charles furthered:

“In 1916, one year after the Gallipoli landings, my great-grandfather, King George V, wrote of the first ANZACs, ‘They gave their lives for a supreme cause in gallant comradeship.’ One hundred and six years later, gallant comradeship remains a defining mark of the uniformed men and women of New Zealand and Australia. Lest we forget.”

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