Prince Harry Laments Losing Kate Middleton, Torn Between Loyalty to Meghan Markle – Expert

According to a royal analyst, Prince Harry is “torn” and saddened by the loss of his strong relationship with sister-in-law Kate Middleton.

The Duke of Sussex, 39, and his wife, Meghan Markle, have reached out to the Princess of Wales, 42, after her cancer diagnosis.

According to author Tom Quinn, Harry “really misses” the camaraderie he and Middleton formerly had.

“[Harry] 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,” Quinn was quoted as saying by the Mirror.

“Losing Kate was Harry’s second great loss after losing his mother.”

However, Quinn reports that the Duchess of Sussex does not share her husband’s feelings for her sister-in-law.

“Meghan doesn’t feel guilty about Kate, because she feels that Kate should’ve been the one person in the royal family to back her against every difficulty,” she said.

“Apart from anything else, Meghan knew Kate was an outsider, so she just couldn’t understand why Kate always towed the royal line rather than supporting her, Meghan, the other outsider.”

“Kate’s cancer diagnosis has been a real shock for Meghan, but she can see no way to patch up the relationship simply because it has become so poisonous,” the two’s “Kensington Palace: An Intimate Memoir from Queen Mary to Meghan Markle” author went on to say.

“She also doesn’t want people saying that she is trying to make things up with Kate just because Kate is ill,” he stated. He went on to explain that the mother of two “still feels Kate was in the wrong and should apologize before they try to build bridges.”

Last week, it was claimed that Harry was in a “painful place” following Middleton’s cancer announcement, especially after making several revelations about his estranged family in his 2023 memoir, “Spare.”

“When you discover your sister-in-law has cancer and you’ve written things that can’t be retracted, that’s quite a painful place to be in,” said royal analyst Tessa Dunlop to Us Weekly. “I’m not saying it isn’t.”

Dunlop stated that Harry and Markle’s prior critiques of the royal family had aged terribly now that both the Princess of Wales, 42, and King Charles III, 75, are facing cancer.

Middleton was shocked by the book’s attacks on her and other royals and refused to forgive Harry and Meghan for their “public betrayal,” according to reports.

At the time, royal insiders predicted that Harry would regret his statements about his family.

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