King Charles might have extended an ‘olive branch’ to Meghan and Harry, but only under one condition

King Charles might have extended an 'olive branch' to Meghan and Harry, but only under one condition 1
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Sarah Ferguson’s recent appearance alongside the King at a Christmas Day church service has sparked speculation about the potential return of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to the Royal Family. However, a crucial condition precedes this possibility: the need to show genuine remorse.

Richard Eden, editor of The Daily Mail‘s diary, points out, ‘The King’s acceptance of the Duke and Duchess of York paves a way for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to re-enter the fold.’

However, unlike Harry and Meghan, Andrew and Sarah have refrained from publicly criticizing the Royal Family. Instead, they have consistently spoken positively about their relations with them.

During his Christmas Day address, King Charles emphasized the relevance of Jesus’ teachings, a sentiment echoed in his actions. By inviting Sarah, the Duchess of York, alongside her ex-husband Prince Andrew and other senior Royals, the King showcased a remarkable capacity for forgiveness.

This gesture holds significance, especially in light of Prince Andrew’s previous loss of royal duties due to his association with Jeffrey Epstein.

Eden underscores a crucial aspect of forgiveness, pointing out the absence of remorse from the couple residing in California. Their reluctance to apologize casts uncertainty on their potential return.

Sarah Ferguson, once an ex-royal, potentially assumes a more prominent role within the Royal Family compared to the King’s second son.