Prince Charles returns to work at his headquarters in Wales after “Harry Summit”


The sources told the British Evening Standard newspaper that he “continues his work” and “takes time to respond to the large number of correspondence” he has received since the death of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, on April 9th.
The sources added that the Prince of Wales is running things at Clarence House, the official residence of the Crown Prince in London, as his employees work their way through thousands of messages of condolence from all over the world.
Before leaving for Wales, Charles held talks at Windsor Castle with his two sons, who have been at odds since Harry and Megan Markle’s meeting with Oprah Winfrey … But the family took the opportunity to speak face to face for the first time since Harry moved to the United States with his wife.
Kate, wife of Prince William, also attended portions of the talks, some of which took place at Harry’s home within the grounds of Windsor Castle, according to “The Sun” newspaper.
Harry traveled to the UK with an “open ticket” on April 11 and was medically isolated at his home in Windsor Castle before attending his grandfather’s funeral. He is still in Britain to attend the Queen’s 95th birthday tomorrow, and he believes that he wants to stay for this occasion because of the elimination of differences after the meeting between him and his wife with the American journalist.
A source close to the couple said he will return to the house he lives in with Megan and his son Archie in California as soon as his pregnant wife needs him.
Harry’s extended stay may also allow him to meet friends or other royal family members, including his cousin Princess Eugenie, who was very close to her and who gave birth to her first child recently last August.
It also holds meetings with some UK-based charities.
Harry is expected to return to the UK – again, later this summer – when he and his brother Prince William unveil a new memorial for their mother, Princess Diana, at Kensington Palace. The insiders said they hoped the July 1 event, which was to coincide with Diana’s 60th birthday, would help “recover” Harry’s ties to the royal family.
The Queen’s birthday celebrations usually entail a number of events, but will be diluted to reflect the royal family’s period of mourning over Prince Philip’s death.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here