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‘Sad’ Prince Harry knows he deepened William and Kate Middleton rift



The relationship between Prince Harry and Kate Middleton has undergone a significant transformation in recent years. Once described by Harry as “the sister I’ve never had and always wanted,” the pair shared a particularly close bond. However, their connection has notably shifted since Harry’s highly publicized split from the Royal Family alongside his wife, Meghan Markle.

As Prince Harry prepares to return to the UK on May 8 for the Invictus service, attention has been drawn to his potential sentiments regarding the strained ties with his sister-in-law. Jennie Bond, a former BBC Royal correspondent, has shed light on the matter, stating, “Who knows what goes on in Harry’s heart or mind?”

This statement highlights the uncertainty surrounding Harry’s inner thoughts and emotions regarding the changing dynamics with Kate Middleton. While their bond was once celebrated, the public departure from the Royal Family has undoubtedly impacted their relationship, leaving many to speculate about Harry’s current priorities and the potential loss of his once-cherished connection with his sister-in-law.

Jennie’s statement, delivered in a formal tone, sheds light on the strained dynamics within the royal family. She posits that while Prince Harry may experience sadness over his estrangement from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who once held significant importance in his life, he must have come to terms with the fact that his own actions, including allegations, publications, and revelations, have exacerbated the rift. Jennie suggests that Harry likely misses his sister-in-law, but his priorities now lie with his wife, Meghan, whom he understandably places above all else.

Jennie’s remarks follow the assertion made by Royal author Tom Quinn, who contends that the absence of Kate will be a profound loss for Harry. Quinn states, “He really misses that warm, uncomplicated relationship, and he is torn between loyalty to his wife and regret about the loss of the woman he was so close to. Losing Kate was Harry’s second great loss after losing his mother.”

The Duke of Sussex is scheduled to return to the United Kingdom next month to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games with a service at St Paul’s Cathedral on May 8. Although Prince Harry last visited London earlier this year following the news of King Charles’ cancer diagnosis, it remains uncertain whether he will spend time with any family members during this upcoming visit.

His Royal Highness Prince Harry initiated the Invictus Games in March 2014 at the Copper Box arena in London as a tribute to injured service members. Currently, he is engaged in discussions at the governmental level regarding the possibility of the United Kingdom hosting the games once again, following the British government’s £26 million bid to bring the games to Birmingham in 2027.

According to a source who spoke to the Express, the 10th anniversary service in London is perceived as a stepping stone for Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, to gradually reintegrate into public life. The insider revealed, “This event is being seen as a very important part of Harry and Meghan’s rehabilitation. It’s viewed as an important event that is almost on par with what a working royal would undertake.”

Furthermore, the source stated, “It’s a worthy cause where Harry is the key ambassador, and it will be a good starting point for the Sussexes to repair relations with the royal family and the British people at the same time.”

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