Prince William Has "No Intention" of Apologizing to Prince Harry for One V. Specific Reason

Prince William Has "No Intention" of Apologizing to Prince Harry for One V. Specific Reason

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When it comes to 2023 royal updates, the question on everyone's (by which I mean people who are way too invested in royal melodrama, aka me) mind remains: will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle show up at King Charles' coronation? Especially given the fact that they aren't on speaking terms with the royal family following the publication of Harry's memoir Spare.

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According to a source who recently spoke to The Mirror, the Sussexes will only attend the buzzy event if the vibes aren't "toxic." As their insider put it, "Harry has been very clear and his position hasn’t wavered – he isn’t going to come if he feels the atmosphere will be as toxic as it was during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and funeral. He's said he wants to reconcile with his family and it’s their call, but so far nothing has changed."

However, apparently Prince William has zero intension of apologizing to his brother for one specific reason: the fact that he wrote about Kate Middleton in his book. A source tells the Daily Mail that the situation has become a "toxic stalemate," that "there is still a huge amount of ill will boiling over in the family," and that William is "not in the mood for any kind of conversation,"

"I hear that William has no intention whatsoever of apologizing and remains incandescent, especially around the way his wife, the Princess of Wales, has been treated," one family friend says. "The relationship isn't even rock bottom now, it's non-existent. And I just don't see, if Harry were to come to the Coronation, how William could even bring himself to look his brother in the face.'

Woof, here's to hoping "Willy and Harold" work it out.

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