Prince Harry and Meghan Markle demanded Saturday to have a royal summit with the entire British Royal family and push for an apology regarding the alleged treatment at their hands, reports The Sunday Times.
Following their bombshell Netflix documentary “Harry & Meghan” — which dropped numerous bombshells — the former royals said they want to “sit down with the royal family” and address their grievances.
“Nothing like that was ever done when Harry and Meghan raised various concerns — no meeting, formal apology or taking responsibility or accountability,” a source close to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said. “That is hard to swallow — 100% yes they’d like to have a meeting.”
According to palace insiders, the former royals are attempting to reconcile with King Charles and the rest of the family ahead of his coronation in May — which Harry and Meghan are expected to attend.
“Things have been very strained for a while,” said the source. “There is sadness at where things currently are with his brother … and there’s a memoir coming.” Buckingham Palace has yet to issue a response to the claims made in the duo’s Netflix docuseries.
“We are deliberately keen to send a message by being voiceless. Our duty is to get on with the job. It isn’t to respond,” said a courtier389
In the docuseries, the former royals have reiterated their claim that Markle was subjected to racist remarks from senior members of the royal household. Harry also revealed that Prince William allegedly yelled at him about leaving the family while the late Queen Elizabeth watched.
Markle, 41, also revealed that she had suicidal thoughts while living in the royal residence, and was denied speaking to anyone about it.