Princes William, Harry, Charles, Meghan Markle
Prince William and Prince Harry's personalities are different because the latter is emotional like Meghan Markle. Pictured: Princes William, Harry, Charles Markle as they all attend the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey in London on March 11, 2019. Getty Images/Richard Pohle/AFP


  • King Charles isn't giving up on his younger son Prince Harry, according to royal biographer Angela Levin
  • The royal expert said the monarch doesn't want to lose Prince Harry despite the drama surrounding "Spare"
  • Prince Harry previously claimed that his brother and father showed "no willingness to reconcile"

King Charles wants to mend fences with Prince Harry despite their family drama, a royal expert has suggested.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's relationship with the rest of the British royal family was strained by the claims they made about the royals in their recent Netflix docuseries "Harry & Meghan" and in Harry's bombshell memoir "Spare."

Despite this, Angela Levin, a biographer of Prince Harry, claimed that King Charles isn't giving up on his younger son.

"King Charles is a monarch, but he's also a father," Levin told Us Weekly Tuesday while promoting her new book, "Camilla: From Outcast to Queen Consort." "He loves Harry. He might not like what he's doing, but he loves him and there's a weakness there for him. He doesn't want to lose him as a son."

Prince Harry made several allegations about his dad in his book, which dropped last month. In one chapter, he alleged that a "gung-ho member" of the King's team planted stories about him and his older brother, Prince William, in 2019.

Prince Harry claimed in a recent interview with ITV's Tom Bradby that he wanted his father and brother back in his life but that they have "shown no willingness to reconcile."

But Vanity Fair royal editor Katie Nicholl had a different take, telling Fox News Digital last year that the King wanted to repair his relationship with his younger son.

"He does want to sort his relationship with his son," Nicholl claimed of King Charles. "He wants to do it on a personal level because he loves his son. He's never stopped loving his son. He may not be happy about everything that's been said, but he wants to have a relationship with Harry and he wants to have a relationship with his grandchildren."

The "New Royals: Queen Elizabeth's Legacy and the Future of the Crown" author also said that she believed the King was "devastated" by how things turned out between him and the Sussexes.

"He is hopeful that there will be a reconciliation," Nicholl explained. "I think we saw that in the very... public olive branches that were extended to Harry and Meghan. After the Queen's death, particularly in that first speech that Charles gave to the nation, he spoke of his love for Harry and Meghan."

Royal historian Hugo Vickers, a friend of the royal family, believed that King Charles will still invite his youngest son to his coronation in May.

But Vickers said he hopes the Duke of Sussex doesn't come to the ceremony, which will be held at Westminster Abbey in London.

"I do hope Harry won't come, as it could deflect from the ceremony. After all, that's why they don't invite crowned Kings and Queens to a coronation," he said.

Princess Diana, Princes Harry, William, Charles
Princess Diana had more fate in Prince Harry becoming king than Prince William. Pictured: Princess Diana, Prince Harry, William, Charles watch the parade march past as part of the commemorations of VJ Day 19 August in London. Getty Images/Johnny Eggitt/AFP