In a surprising turn of events, Prince Harry, the Duke of Suss-x, has reportedly been excluded from the royal Christmas celebrations organized by his father, King Charles. This development adds a new chapter to the ongoing narrative of the royal family's complex dynamics.
Sources close to the royal family reveal that King Charles, aged 75, has opted to invite Queen Camilla's children and grandchildren to the annual holiday gathering at Sandringham, traditionally a key event for the royal family.
However, Prince Harry and his family appear to have been left off the guest list this year. An ITV report by Royals Editor Chris Ship sheds light on the situation, with a source stating: "The Queen has invited her children and grandchildren this year, which is a departure from previous years." This shift in guest selection has raised eyebrows and sparked discussions about the evolving relationships within the royal family.
A close associate of Prince Harry shared, "Harry looks upset and heartbroken for not being invited by his father to join him at royal Christmas. He is shattered and frustrated over the Christmas snub from his father. It seems the setback is hard for him to digest."
Endgame: Dashed Reunion Hopes
The Suss-xes' recent phone call to King Charles on his 75th birthday had initially fueled speculations of a possible reconciliation and a joint Christmas celebration with the royal family.
However, these hopes have been dampened by revelations in Omid Scobie's new book 'Endgame,' which delves into the couple's strained relations with the royals. Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams adds further perspective, asserting there is "no way" the Suss-xes will rejoin the royal fold.
He labels the couple as "highly unpredictable" and "untrustworthy," reflecting on the public's perception of their actions. Speaking to GB News, Fitzwilliams remarked, "He [Harry] may send messages to his family, and we had these reports before Endgame.
But it would be highly inappropriate. If you look at the polls in America, you see the fact that just simply making money by trashing the Royal Family is not the way forward for them." This latest development underscores the ongoing complexities and challenges within the British royal family, as they navigate public perception and personal relationships amidst a changing societal landscape.