Prince Harry and Meghan will never reunite Fab Four as trust in Duke broken

The Prince and Princess of Wales will not reunite with controversial royals Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, an expert has claimed.

The feuding foursome came together on several occasions during events surrounding the Queen's funeral, and some had speculated that they were all willing to put their differences to one side in memory of Her Majesty The Queen.

But a top insider has claimed that this is far from the truth.

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Robert Jobson, who co-authored the 2002 book Diana: Closely Guarded Secret with Princess Diana's Scotland Yard personal protection officer Inspector Ken Wharfe, has given an insight into where things stand now the funeral and events around it are officially over.

Writing in The Sun, he said: “If something dreadful should happen to both him (Charles) and William, then the heir would be a nine-year-old boy.

“There would need to be a Prince or Princess Regent until George was old enough to rule. This is something the Queen was very worried about, often encouraging William not to fly by helicopter to his Norfolk home Anmer Hall.

“At the moment, this task would traditionally fall to Harry – but as a non-working royal this cannot be.

“Harry has made it clear his life is now in California with his wife and two children. What Harry really wants is what he originally asked for – to live in Hollywood, get paid deals from Netflix but also to turn up for royal visits and wear the uniforms and regalia.

“But the Queen, and now the King, knew you can’t be half-in, and half-out. It just doesn’t work.

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“Let’s face it, this band’s not getting back together any time soon – but at least for the King’s sake, let it be.”

King Charles III did appear to offer an olive branch to his outcast son when he mentioned him in his first televised address since becoming King.

But no other mention of him has been made, and Harry and Meghan have now returned to the United States, while the rest of the family was still in mourning until Monday (September 26).

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