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Father and Son: Prince Harry and King Charles’ Strained Relationship Persists

The strained relationship between Prince Harry and his father, King Charles, shows no improvement.

Despite speculation about a possible truce, their upcoming annual gathering at Balmoral, a Scottish castle tradition set by the late Queen Elizabeth II, may not include the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Royal expert Robert Jobson detailed the annual gathering for Express.co.uk, which will be the first without Queen Elizabeth II.

It is a time when the royals come together at the Scottish castle before the end of summer, a tradition Queen Elizabeth cherished as a “mostly happy place.”

With Charles as the King and Camilla as the Queen, the invitation will be extended to many close family members, including Prince William, Kate Middleton, Anne, Princess Royal, and Zara Tindall.

There is also a possibility that Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson may attend.

However, conspicuous by their absence are Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and their children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.

While the Palace has extended an “open invite” for them to join family gatherings, no personal olive branch has been developed by the King for the summer getaway.

According to a source cited by Robert Jobson, “There is not much dialogue if any between the King and his second son.”

The strained ties between the father and son have been evident, and despite the King’s love for his son, he wishes to avoid Harry and Meghan until he sees positive changes on their end.

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