Prince Charles seemingly planned to have a one-on-one dinner with his youngest son, Prince Harry during his trip to the UK earlier this month.
Prince Harry made his way to the UK for a second time since January 2020 to unveil a new statue of his mother, the late Princess Diana, when Charles planned on talking to his son about allegations made during a bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview. Prince Harry said during the interview that he and his father are giving each other space at the moment, as he and his wife, Meghan Markle stepped down as senior members of the royal family.
Their relationship has since been described as fragile, with tensions running high between Harry and his brother Prince William as well. Now, the Daily Mail reports that a nervous Charles was said to be ‘dreading’ the dinner – presumably in case he made some faux pas which could be misconstrued and repeated to the Duchess of Sussex back home in California.
“It remains unclear whether the dinner actually went ahead as planned, and an aide for Charles would not be drawn on the matter last night. However, the suggestion that the pair were willing to forge a plan to meet suggests at least a little thawing in relations between Harry and the rest of the Royal Family.”
While reports are speculating about the relationship between father and son, others suggest that Prince Charles is selling a six-month Tesla Model S for £82,500 (about R1.7 million). The car was reportedly loaned by Tesla to Charles’ household to try out as an environmentally form of transport in addition to his electric Jaguar I-Pace.
The Daily Mail reports that Charles (who has long been known for his green views) was seen being chauffeured around several times in the midnight silver-coloured motor.
It is believed that he loved the car so much that he got the loan period extended before handing it back to Tesla.
In the meantime, Prince William and Kate Middleton were photographed comforting their 7-year-old son, Prince George, after England painfully lost the Euro 2020 finals to Italy on Sunday. The young royal, who is third in the line to the throne, was pictured celebrating England’s goal with his mother and father after which he seemed to be looking heartbroken from the stands at London’s Wembley Stadium.