Harry and Meghan want to return to California without a “peace deal”.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could return to California in “a riot,” a close friend has revealed, without finalizing a “peace deal” with the royal family.

CBS Mornings co-host Gayle King, who is Meghan’s girlfriend, said the relationship with the Sussexes and the royal family is still tenuous – largely due to the couple’s bombshell interview with Oprah in 2021 after she married the had made the decision to step down from their royal duties.

King – who befriended Meghan after being introduced by Oprah – was in London covering Queen Elizabeth’s historic funeral, revealing to Extra that there had been efforts on “both sides to somehow make this right. We will see.”

“Big families always go through drama, always go through turmoil,” she said in the “Extra” interview. “It remains to be seen – will they be pulled closer together or will they be pulled apart?

“I have no idea,” she added. “I don’t have any inside information about that.”

According to the Daily Mail, the two return to the US empty-handed “without a peace deal being struck.”

However, King noted that the effort was visible when William and Harry made several appearances alongside their father, King Charles III, while the family mourned the death of Queen Elizabeth.

“I’ll tell you this: it was good to see Harry standing with his family,” she said.

Although it was hoped the tragedy could pave the way for a reunion, royal experts have said tensions between the brothers and their wives Kate Middleton and Markle remain – despite presenting a united front at several events.

Tensions between the brothers and their wives are reportedly still high.
Tensions between the brothers and their wives are reportedly still high.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle appear to be leaving the UK soon without improving their fractious relationship with the rest of their family.
Prince Harry (right) and Meghan Markle left without repairing the fractious relationship between them and the rest of their family, including King Charles (left).
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The Sussexes say all interviews with Oprah Winfrey have caused a rift in the family.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s in-depth interview with Oprah Winfrey caused a rift in the family.
Gayle King, host of'CBS Mornings', says both parties tried to reunite but were ultimately unsuccessful.
CBS Mornings co-host Gayle King said there have been efforts “on both sides to sort this out. We will see.”

Prince Harry and Prince William marched side by side behind Queen Elizabeth’s coffin in the royal procession and state funeral, and appeared with Kate, Princess of Wales and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex to see the floral tributes at Windsor Castle.

The Sussexes are believed to have spent the night in Windsor following Elizabeth’s funeral on Monday, but will return to the US after almost two weeks to join their children – Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1.

Royal author and former Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown suggested it would be wise for Prince Harry to drop his forthcoming memoir, telling British TV show Lorraine that there could be “no trust” while their content hung above the family.

“This is an incredible moment to seize. The country loved that sense of unity and seeing the brothers together again. It was a beautiful sight,” she said on Tuesday.

“Unless he gives up his book and those telltale documentaries and stops doing the interviews, there can be no trust.”

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Emma Bowman

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