They make a fuss about it.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle called for a royal summit with the entire British royal family on Saturday and demanded an apology for their alleged treatment, the Sunday Times reports.
Following their bombshell Netflix documentary Harry & Meghan – which dropped numerous bombshells – the former royals said they wanted to “sit down with the royal family” and address their grievances.
“Nothing like this was ever done as Harry and Meghan raised various concerns – no meeting, no formal apology or acceptance of responsibility or accountability,” said a source close to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. “That’s hard to swallow – 100% yes, they would like to meet up.”
According to palace insiders, the former royals are trying to reconcile with King Charles and the rest of the family ahead of his coronation in May, which Harry and Meghan will attend.
Sources close to Prince William say the Prince of Wales has no plans to speak to his brother.
“Things have been very tense for a while,” the source said. “There’s sadness about where things are currently with his brother… and there’s memoir to come.”
Buckingham Palace has yet to issue a response to the claims made in the duo’s Netflix docuseries.
Netlfix documentary “Meghan and Harry”.
“We are consciously intent on sending a message by being voiceless. Our duty is to continue with the work. It is not to be answered,” said a courtier
The Post has reached out to Buckingham Palace for comment.
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