Prince Harry talks about King Charles' cancer diagnosis: – It can bring families together

Prince Harry talks about King Charles' cancer diagnosis: – It can bring families together

On the morning show “Good Morning America,” the 39-year-old prince says he is grateful:

– i love my family. Prince Harry says: I'm grateful for the fact that I was able to get on the plane and visit him and spend some time with him.

Prince Harry, his wife Meghan Markle, and their two children, Archie and Lilibet, now live in California after stepping down from royal duties in 2020.

King Charles announced his cancer diagnosis in early February, and is now undergoing treatment. The British monarch also spoke about the diagnosis. Last weekend, he thanked him for the support he received, which he said was a great encouragement to him New York Post.

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Possible reconciliation?

In the interview, Prince Harry said that his father's cancer diagnosis could certainly have a conciliatory effect on the family.

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“I think any illness can bring families together,” Harry continues.

During Prince Harry's whirlwind visit to London last week, he spent a total of 24 hours in his home country, including less than an hour with his father.

According to Petronella White, a longtime friend of Queen Camilla, Harry “preferred not to be in the same room as his stepmother when he spoke to the king about his cancer diagnosis,” she wrote in the article. Telegraph.

During the daytime visit at home, Harry was not supposed to see his brother nor his sister-in-law Kate Middleton (42), who is currently recovering from surgery.

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Sources close to Harry say he “would have gladly accepted” the opportunity to meet his brother, Prince William, but he did not have the opportunity.

– Hypocrite

Prince Harry and Meghan had to endure criticism this week after they relaunched their website Sussex.com.

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The site also includes a link to the couple's previous website, “SussexRoyal,” which has a name that Queen Elizabeth reportedly asked the couple not to use.

Reactions were not long in coming. The royal expert came out and said Queen Elizabeth would be furious.

– They should be banned from using the nickname they have spent years insulting. After four years of leaving the family, they are trying to be royals while creating an “office” for Prince Harry and Meghan, it is extremely hypocritical. It's pathetic. She says they couldn't use SussexRoyal, so they found a way around that the sun.

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