One of Queen Elizabeth II’s “dearest wishes” was for Prince Harry to reunite with King Charles III and Prince William.

The Queen “was one of the links between California (Prince Harry) and Windsor (the royal family).”

Queen Elizabeth II never gave up hope that her grandson Prince Harry and the royal family’s strained ties could be restored. Harry’s reconciliation with his father King Charles III and older brother Prince William was one of the Queen’s “dearest dreams,” according to historian Robert Hardman, author of Queen of Our Times: The Life of Elizabeth II, who spoke with People.

Speaking of their close relationship, Robert Hardman said of Prince Harry and Queen Elizabeth II, “The Queen cherished Harry right to the end, and Harry adored her.” Notably, despite his criticism of both King Charles III and Prince William, Harry has never been critical of the late Queen Elizabeth II, who reigned for 96 years. She might have been a link between California and Windsor, and Hardman said that she would have wanted them to get along.

Additionally, many close to King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla wish for a reconciliation between Prince William and Prince Harry, if not for the sake of preserving family ties, then at least for the benefit of the new throne. King Charles III’s confidante observed, “You’d expect that the entire family would come together and support the King in particular. In the process, perhaps some wounds can be healed. She didn’t keep grudges because she was aware that confrontations were a normal part of life. “She”She most wished for the happiness of her family.” It would have undoubtedly been Queen Elizabeth’s final request, the people People.

In an interesting turn of events, King Charles III unexpectedly referenced Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during his speech to the country following the passing of his beloved mother: “I want to also express my love for Harry and Meghan as they continue to build their lives overseas.”

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