Prince Harry and Meghan Markle make ‘little progress’ with royal family, claims Omid Scobie

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are making “very little progress” in reconciling with the royal family, the author of Finding Freedom claimed.

Omid Scobie, who co-wrote the biography with Carolyn Durand and is releasing an updated version today, the 24th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death, said Prince Harry, 37, and Meghan Markle, 40, were “desperate to get their stories out there.” when they gave their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey earlier this year.

Appear on Good morning America today, Omid claimed the couple, who currently reside in their $14 million California mansion, and the royal family both want everyone involved to take “responsibility and ownership” for their role in the rift.

He explained: ‘When we speak to sources close to the couple and also sources close to the royal family, there is a sense that very little progress is being made.

The Duke, 37, and Duchess of Sussex, 40, are making “very little progress” in reconciling with the royal family, the author of Finding Freedom claimed.

“However, some feelings have disappeared because time has done its job, so the door is very much open for those conversations to happen at some point.”

Meanwhile, he said the couple had no intention of leaving the public eye in search of privacy, revealing: “It’s not that they want to disappear or not be seen. It’s just that they want to choose what to keep private and what to share with the world.”

The author of Finding Freedom said the couple has now been “thriving” since stepping back from royal duty, adding: “Fast-forward to a life in the US where they’re in control.

“The Archewell legacy they’re building – this is the couple showing the world exactly what’s important to them.”

Omid Scobie appeared on Good Morning America today claiming that the couple, who currently live in their $14 million California mansion, “want everyone to take responsibility” for their role in the rift (pictured, The Queen, Prince Charles, Camilla , Prince William and Kate Middleton at the Commonwealth Service in March 2020)

Meanwhile, he also suggested that the couple reveal more details about their relationship with members of the royal family such as Prince Charles and William.

He said, “Now I think when and if we hear more about their journey to healing these family relationships and the issues they’ve been dealing with, it will be their own.”

Weeks ago, a source claimed the Duchess of Cornwall is unlikely to ever forgive her stepson Prince Harry and Meghan for hurting Prince Charles after Megxit.

Prince Harry has raised his relationship with his father in several interviews throughout the year – after he first brought it up in a great interview with Oprah Winfrey in March, in which he claimed he was ‘abandoned’ by Prince Charles.

Scobie wrote the biography Finding Freedom with Carolyn Durand and is releasing an updated version today, the 24th anniversary of Princess Diana's death (photo, today on GMA)

Scobie wrote the biography Finding Freedom with Carolyn Durand and is releasing an updated version today, the 24th anniversary of Princess Diana's death (photo, today on GMA)

Scobie wrote the biography Finding Freedom with Carolyn Durand and is releasing an updated version today, the 24th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death (photo, today on GMA)

Speaking to The Telegraph, royal expert Camilla Tominey reported that a source close to Camilla has said that while Buckingham Palace is getting the message that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are still loved by the family, the Duchess of Cornwall will struggle to move on. to go.

Another source claimed that Prince Charles was deeply affected by the reported feud with Prince Harry and that it was “very difficult for him”.

Meanwhile, Prince William and Harry are said to have barely spoken and have an “incredibly tense” relationship after two years of arguing over Harry’s wife and her alleged treatment of the staff, the couple’s decision to emigrate to America and the tons of “truth bombs” the Sussexes have fallen in TV interviews watched by tens of millions of people around the world.

Harry and Meghan believe they have been abandoned by the Royals, they even accused them of racism towards Archie and ignored their cries for help when the Duchess of Sussex felt lonely and suicidal while pregnant in London.

An updated edition of Harry and Meghan’s biography Finding Freedom also made a series of other new claims that are likely to spark debate about the state of their relationship with the royal family.

Meanwhile, Prince William and Harry are said to have barely spoken and are in an 'incredibly tense' relationship after two years of feud (pictured together in July)

Meanwhile, Prince William and Harry are said to have barely spoken and are in an 'incredibly tense' relationship after two years of feud (pictured together in July)

Meanwhile, Prince William and Harry are said to have barely spoken and are in an ‘incredibly tense’ relationship after two years of feud (pictured together in July)

A leaked version of the epilogue claimed the couple had considered naming the royal they believe had made a racist comment about their son, Archie; that some royals were “quietly happy” that the Duchess of Sussex missed Prince Philip’s funeral and that Prince William was “furious” over their interview with Oprah.

The new edition also said the Sussexes had “no regrets” about leaving their royal role and that Meghan found her explosive Oprah interview “redemptive” and “liberating.”

Meghan plunged the monarchy into crisis after telling Oprah Winfrey that an unnamed royal had raised “concerns” about Archie’s skin before he was born.

The epilogue reveals that a source told authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand that the Sussexes had considered naming the relative but ultimately decided against it.

It also claimed that “sources close to the Sussexes” had said the royal family’s reaction to the couple’s allegations “wasn’t positive”.

The source told the authors that there had to be “some acknowledgment” about what the Sussexes went through in order to make “progress.”

The criticism came after a carefully worded statement from the queen following the controversial Oprah interview, which expressed concerns about the couple but emphasized that “some memories may differ.”

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