Harry ‘feels regret over family dynamics as it didn’t have to be this ugly’, says pal

Prince Harry has regrets about the way his relationship with older brother Prince William has disintegrated, according to reports.

The siblings have been forced back together following the death of their beloved grandmother, and united last week for a walkabout in Windsor alongside their wives, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle.

And now, a friend friend Harry's has reportedly said that being around the royals has left the Duke of Sussex, 38, feeling “regret over a missed opportunity of what could have been,” as “it didn’t have to be this ugly."

A lifelong friend of William and Harry told the paper: “They are both just doing their jobs and will go back to their own lives after that. It’s all really sad."

They continued: "I just wish they were together, to help each other for the rest of their lives, which is what they were born to do.”

The pal also added that Harry "could not be happier or more fulfilled by his family dynamic now” with Meghan and their children.

Queen Elizabeth II, the UK's longest-serving monarch, sadly died at 96 on 8 September and was laid to rest in a historic state funeral on Monday.

Harry and Meghan were in Europe when the Queen died and remained here until the funeral. It's believed they will now be flying back to the States to be reunited with their children.

In the run-up to the funeral, Harry was caught in drama about military uniform as he was forbidden from wearing his for a vigil at the Lying-In-State.

This decision was reversed, allegedly at the order of King Charles, but he was still not allowed to sport uniform at the funeral, having been stripped of his military titles when he quit his senior royal role in 2020.

When he did wear the uniform, Harry was reportedly left feeling “heartbroken” and “devastated” after discovering his jacket was stripped of the Queen's initials "ER".

Monday's funeral saw numerous and emotional moments such as the Royal family singing hymns and paying their final public respects to the Queen after a day of ceremonies in both London and Windsor.

Tens of thousands of people also gathered on the streets of London and Windsor to say their final goodbyes to the Queen.


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