Prince Harry reconciled with his best pal whom he froze out due to Meghan Markle.

According to Stephen Moyes and Emily Andrews, the Duke of Sussex has reconciled with his best pal Tom “Skippy” Inskip after the latter lost his mother-in-law. Prince Harry and Inskip were very close, but they had a falling out after the latter reportedly didn’t support his plans on marrying Markle.

Inskip’s wife Lara Hughes-Young’s mom Emma St. Helen, 66, died in London’s Chelsea and Westminster Hospital after a severe and long-term mental illness. The passing of Laura’s mom brought Prince Harry and Inskip’s friendship back.

“Skippy and Harry are back as tight friends. When Harry heard about Lara’s mother’s horrible passing, it really hit a nerve,” a source told The Sun. “Lara has raised money to support research into mental health and Harry decided to let bygones be bygones.”

Back in March sources claimed that Prince Harry “frozen out” the members of his “old posse” including Inskip. The Duke of Sussex reportedly banished those who were against the idea of him marrying Markle. 

Other sources said that Prince Harry distanced himself from his best pal because he wanted to remove the temptation from his party-loving group. However, in the May issue of Tatler, a source revealed that Prince Harry and Inskip had a rift because the latter went against the prince’s plan to marry the former “Suits” star.

Some sources claimed that Prince Harry and Prince William’s falling out was also due to the same reason. Prince Harry was reportedly furious when his big brother told him to slow down with his romance with Markle because they didn’t know her and they didn’t know her intentions.

A source told Andrews that Prince Harry went “mental” after hearing it. He accused Prince William of ruining his romance with Markle before it even began. Since then, the “brothers’ relationship has not really recovered.”

In related news, Prince Harry and Markle were shockingly removed from Prince Charles’ website. Some started to question where the couple would receive funding for their works.