Prince Harrys edgy meeting with Charles lasted 15 minutes, says insider

Prince Harry and Meghan secretly visited Prince Charles at Windsor Castle this week in their first face-to-face chat since quitting royal life two years ago however their reunion lasted for only 15 minutes, it is reported.

The pair are on their way to the Invictus Games in the Netherlands but decided to stop by the UK first to see Charles and the Queen in top-secret in what was described as an “edgy” reunion by the Daily Mail.

While visiting Her Majesty, it's thought that Harry was able to also see his father Charles who was attending a Maundy Thursday service at St George’s Chapel with Camilla.

According to a Daily Mail source, Harry's meeting with Charles took place around 10am and lasted for around 15 minutes with Camilla arriving half way through it.

The source stated: “He (Charles) loves his son and he has been broken-hearted by everything that has taken place, although he fears history repeating itself with Harry just as it did with Princess Diana.

"But he also wants to keep the door open and keep talking, something he still regrets not doing with Diana."

Following the meeting the pair were snapped in The Netherlands, where they arrived ahead of the Invictus Games set to kick off today Saturday (April 16).

The couple were pictured with the Ukrainian team in The Hague as the tournament for military veterans kicks off.

Dressed in a navy blue suit, the Prince looked earnest as he held a calendar, while his wife smiles in the background.

Ukrainian Oleg Karpenko said: "You just look who is here with us, The Prince himself with a calendar.

"The Invictus Games Ukraine team will soon start winning its medals at these competitions. Proud."

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The calendar is from NGO Come Back Alive, which is raising funds to assist the Ukrainian army.

It tweeted: "The foundation presented Price Harry its calendar The Real Scale. Our colleagues gave the calendar to the Duke of Sussex during the Invictus Games meeting in Hague."

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