Royals want ‘peace talks before Coronation and Prince Harry rift is fixable’

The Royal Family are reportedly set to hold peace talks with Prince Harry ahead of King Charles III's Coronation in early May.

The Duke of Sussex's, 38, highly-anticipated memoir, Spare, published earlier this week – quickly becoming one of the world's fastest selling non-fiction books, contains a number of shocking claims against the Royal Family.

However, despite the book release, it has now been claimed that Prince Harry's relationship with father, King Charles, and older brother, Prince William, can be "fixable" but will need "flexibility on all sides".

A royal source told The Times: "It’s going to take flexibility on all sides, but it can be done. It’s fixable. It needs Harry over here, in the room with the King and Prince of Wales and a couple of other family members.

"Both sides need to hold their hands up and admit we didn’t get everything right, and we got a lot wrong, and we have to say to him: 'We understand the pain you’ve been through.' The King can do it."

While another royal source told the publication: "They have to invite them in before the coronation, or it will become such a circus and distraction."

OK! has contacted Kensington Palace, Buckingham Palace and reps for the Duke of Sussex for comment.

It comes as Prince Harry claimed that his relationship with father, King Charles, and older brother, Prince William, "couldn't be worse" and insisted that he "genuinely" wants them both "back in my life".

Speaking in a new candid interview following the release of his memoir Spare, the Duke Of Sussex claimed that "it’s as if they don’t want reconciliation" and that he has "tried everything".

Talking to Bryony Gordon for her Substack, Prince Harry said: "One of the themes across the interviews is: how can you say you want your brother and father back, surely writing a book is not the way of going about it? And my answer to that is: I’ve tried everything I can!

"It’s as if they don’t want reconciliation, because keeping us as the villains, and keeping the press focused on us, helps detract from everything else that’s going on within that family. That’s one part of it."

Prince Harry added: "I do genuinely want my father and my brother back in my life as opposed to what it is now, which is, it couldn’t be worse."

OK! contacted both Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace for comment at the time.

It comes after it was claimed that Prince Harry will not receive a warm welcome in light of the criticism aimed at his family in his new book.

Following on from the release, speculation has begun to rise on whether Harry's revelations could cost him an invite to his father's Coronation in May.

And in his recent tell-all interview with journalist Tom Bradby on ITV, Harry said “the ball is in their [the family's] court” when it comes to whether he'll attend the once-in-a-lifetime event.

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