It is no secret that the relationship between Prince Harry and Prince Charles has been somewhat strained over the last year. Princess Diana's former voice coach shared how the Prince of Wales is dealing with the situation.
Father-son relationships can be difficult for anybody, but the added pressure of the monarchy and spotlight of the British press hasn't made things any easier for Prince Harry and Prince Charles' struggling relationship.
Princess Diana‘s former voice coach, Stewart Pearce, shared some insight into how the Prince of Wales is dealing with the difficult situation with his son and that there might be hope for reconciliation.
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales attends day 2 of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse on June 20, 2018 | Getty Images
Pearce shared some insight into how Prince Charles deals with conflict and how this will impact his approach to the challenges he is facing with his youngest son. Pearce said:
“He is a very caring, sensitive man, and therefore chooses to wait to let strong feelings settle down before responding.”
Prince Harry opened up about the emotional distance between him and his father during his tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey, saying that Prince Charles no longer took his calls.
In the wake of Prince Philip's death in April, there was hope that Prince Harry and Prince Charles would be able to put their differences aside and find common ground as they mourned the death of Prince Philip.
The Prince of Wales expressed that he was delighted about the birth of his fifth grandchild.
Alas, the two didn't manage to reconcile as the inside sources reported there was a big wedge lodged between the father and son that couldn't be resolved during the Duke of Sussex's short visit to the UK.
AFTER THE FUNERAL
Once Prince Harry had his feet back on American soil after the funeral, he was back in the interview chair sharing about life behind closed palace doors, and his father wasn't too happy about what he said.
Prince Harry revealed there was a cycle of pain and suffering that was passed down from generation to generation in the Windsor family, and he wasn't interested in handing it over to his kids. Prince Charles was livid as an insider said:
“Charles is boiling with anger and feels tortured by Harry with his constant digs. He wishes he’d just let it drop.”
While the situation between Prince Charles and Prince Harry has seemed to go from bad to worse over the last year, there is finally a light at the end of the tunnel in the form of a newborn.
The arrival of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's daughter, Lilibet Diana, has sparked new hope for reconciliation between the Sussexes and the royal family. Prince Charles has shared his joy over the newborn's arrival on a few occasions.
The Prince of Wales expressed that he was delighted about the birth of his fifth grandchild while giving a speech at a production plant for Mini cars at Cowley in Oxford.
Prince Charles also sent a message of congratulations to Prince Harry and Meghan on Twitter as he wrote a heartfelt message paired with a sweet photo of the couple with their firstborn, Archie.