King Charles III, 74, and his youngest son, Prince Harry, 38, are reportedly set to meet for “peace talks” on Sept. 17 amid their ongoing family feud — an occasion the king is said to have cleared his schedule for.
“King Charles is due to return to London from Balmoral in the middle of September, which ties in with the end of Harry’s Invictus Games trip to Dusseldorf.”
“The king has a rescheduled official visit to France on Sept. 20, so [he] has a few days to spare in London to meet with his son. Staff are trying to fine-tune the details as we speak.”
Harry’s wife, Meghan Markle, 42, is not expected to join them.
OK!’s insider said the king was particularly upset by Harry’s portrayal of his wife, Queen Camilla, 76, in “Spare.”
“If the talks take place, the king will make it very clear that there will be absolutely no private family business discussed in public moving forward,” OK!’s source said.
The rumored peace talks between Harry and Charles would come just weeks before the monarch turns 75 on Nov. 14.
It’s unclear if Harry and Markle will traverse the pond to celebrate.
Prince Harry, King Charles set date to meet for ‘peace talks’ Prince Harry, King Charles set date to meet for ‘peace talks’