The Queen allegedly tried, and failed, to bring King Charles and Prince Harry to reconcile before his death

King Charles Queen Elizabeth Prince Harry

King Charles Queen Elizabeth Prince Harry

More royal family bombshells drop after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle exit Harry and Meghan Netflix docuseries, with the latest involving the late Queen Elizabeth II; in particular, how the late monarch made one last attempt to get her son, then Prince Charles, and grandson Prince Harry to reconcile before his death.

The late Queen’s last attempt to reunite King Charles and Prince Harry before his death

According to reports, the late Queen, who died peacefully on September 8 earlier this year, tried to broker a deal with her grandson after fears that King Charles stopped taking his calls; and much of that would have been due to money!

Harry is said to have ‘bombarded’ his grandmother with calls after she was told to only take on ‘light duties’ in the middle his health is deteriorating, which led to King Charles taking over some of his duties. ‘The late Queen was always happy to speak with Harry,’ a royal insider said The sun. “But when he asked for the money, she said, ‘Why don’t you talk to your dad?’,” the source continued, adding, “Harry told her Charles wasn’t taking his calls anymore.”

“When the Queen asked Charles what he was doing about it because she was answering so many calls, he told her, ‘I’m not a bank,'” the royal insider continued, before to go on to say that King Charles “insisted” his son email him and make financial inquiries through his PA.

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Conflicting reports on royal finances

There are conflicting reports about the Royal Family’s finances, as Prince Harry previously said he was “literally financially cut off” and a spokesperson for King Charles claimed Prince Harry and Meghan were financially independent. “My family literally cut me off financially in the first half of 2020, but I have what my mother left me and without that we couldn’t have done this,” Prince Harry told Oprah Winfrey in the now infamous interview. “It’s like she saw it coming and was with us through this process,” he added.

However, that doesn’t appear to be entirely accurate, as Palace financial records are said to show King Charles gave his youngest son £2m in the 2020/21 financial year, although latest documents show that no money from the Duchy of Cornwall funds have been paid to his son in the past year.

The rift between the Sussexes and the royal family is even greater after Memoir and Netflix Docuseries

The rift between the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the rest of the Royal Family understandably grew even wider after Memoirs of Prince Harry was announced, as the family feared what might be exposed in its pages. “Family members, including William, had stopped speaking to Harry when they learned of his book deal, fearing that what they were saying might end up in print,” the insider revealed. “Harry isn’t as well off as people are led to believe. He wanted the money.”

“There is a completely united front from the King and his family regarding the many attempts to make peace in private with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, which have unfortunately once again led to the other side wanting to air their grievances. repeated to the world,” another insider said The mirror. “If anything needs to be answered in the upcoming series, you can be assured the response will be swift and robust.”

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