- Prince Harry and Meghan were in the UK for the Queen's Jubilee
- Initially, it was thought they avoided Prince Willam and Kate
- The Sussexes and Cambridges may have reunited after all
On the occasion of the Queen's Jubilee, many people naturally wondered how Prince Harry's reunion with his family would go. For a long time it was assumed that especially Prince Harry and Prince William would not spend time together during the celebrations.
But it seems not! An insider now told InTouch that Queen Elizabeth hosted a dinner to gather all her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. The dinner is said to have taken place on Thursday night after the grand Trooping the Colour parade at Windsor Castle.
Report: Queen united William and Harry – how it went
Did the Queen hope to heal the wounds within her family? As it seems, she was disappointed there. Although there was no real quarrel, the mood is said to have been tense.
Duchess Kate reportedly tried to mend fences over a nice chat with Duchess Meghan. She is even said to have presented a gift for birthday girl Lilibet Diana. Lilibet is also said to have met her cousins Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis that evening.
A great divide nevertheless seems to exist between the Sussexes and the Cambridges. However, the evening was not just a family reunion. It was still about the Queen and the monarchy.
Queen Elizabeth would have declared once again that Prince Charles will be the next King. She also had a surprise in store for Prince William and his family...
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