Meghan Markle could be welcomed by royals as King Charles keen to heal rift

A royal expert has claimed that King Charles III wants to make amends with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Despite damaging claims made by the Duke of Sussex about the Royal Family in his memoir Spare, and ongoing distance, royal reporter Richard Palmer believes King Charles would still be keen to extend an olive branch.

During a recent episode of Daily Express' Royal Round Up, the journalist said: "I'm sure the King would welcome them back."

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He added: "I mean… he's quite keen to heal that family rift. But, it's obviously very raw at the moment and it's very noticeable.

"While I'd say he's keen to heal that rift, he hasn't met his son the last two times he's been over to the UK."

Although the King hasn't met with his youngest son recently, they reunited on May 6 during the King's Coronation.

Harry watched on proudly at Westminster Abbey as King Charles was crowned – but Meghan stayed at home, to celebrate their son's birthday.

Buckingham Palace announced that Harry would attend the historic event but Meghan would stay in California with their children Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.

While attending the historic event, Harry did not engage publicly with his estranged brother Prince William and wife Kate Middleton.

Harry criticised Charles' parenting, said the King was jealous of Meghan and Kate, and accused William of physically attacking him in his tell-all book, which was published in January.

A recent YouGov poll conducted in the UK shows Meghan's approval rating has apparently dropped to a record low of -47, while Prince Harry's population has risen.

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Speaking about the ratings, royal expert Richard said: "It surprised me because we haven't really seen anything of Meghan, so I'm not quite sure why she's suddenly fallen suddenly to an all-time low in YouGov rankings.

"Harry has gone up a little bit, again, I don't really quite know why, but the overall message is they are incredibly unpopular these days in the United Kingdom."

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