Harry won’t receive royal apology until he ‘admits his fault’, expert claims

Prince Harry will not get an apology from the Royal Family until he "admits his faults", a royal expert has claimed.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made a number of explosive claims about his family in their bombshell Netflix docuseries which aired earlier this month.

Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly want an in person meeting with members of the family to talk through their grievances.

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There are claims they want the Royal Family to admit the pain the pair went through, but Harry and Meghan will first have ti admit their part in the fallout, according to Vanity Fair's royal editor Katie Nicholl.

Until that happens, the Palace is likely to maintain a "dignified silence" in the public, she added.

The author of the New Royals told OK! Magazine: “What needs to happen is an admission that there have been faults on both sides and once there has been that admission, that may pave the way for a reconciliation.

"But Charles knows that a monarchy divided is not a monarchy the world wants to see.”

Buckingham Palace has so far refused to comment on Harry and Meghan's documentary.

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Ms Nicholl suggests that the Palace is proceeding in the correct manner, and "Harry knows full well William isn’t going to retaliate”.

"I think the Palace’s stance of never complain, never explain in this instance is absolutely the right strategy because if they comment they will only fuel the narrative and allow the story more oxygen to run,” she added.

Royal fans have been left divided by the Netflix series. Among the bombshell revelations was Harry's admission that his brother William had "screamed and shouted" at him.

The disgruntled Duke of Sussex also accused his father, King Charles, of lying during the Sandringham meeting where the couple said they wanted to take a step back from Royal duties.

A spokesperson for Buckingham Palace has been contacted for comment.

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