King Charles’s feud with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex has appeared to “deepen” despite an original “olive branch”, a royal commentator exclusively told GB News.
Since Omid Scobie released his controversial book Endgame on November 28, the Royal Family have not issued any statements about its contents.
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He claimed: “We heard rumours that the Sussexes were offering up olive branches.”
When King Charles celebrated his 75th birthday, it was understood that Prince Harry called his father in a gesture of goodwill.
The commentator added: “But then Endgame was released by an individual who has been very closely identified with the couple, even if he personally denies he’s Meghan’s mouthpiece.”
When asked if the King could possibly cut off all contact with his son, Fitzwilliams suggested: “There’s already a very deep rift.
“We were only at the beginnings of possibly mending it.
“So, clearly these revelations will deepen the rift.
“As far as for good, there’s no such thing because you never know what’s coming.
“Nobody knew this was coming.
The King has not made any public statements about Endgame
“The King and the Sussexes were experiencing bitter relations, there’s no doubt about it.
“It depends on what the couple do and how this plays out.”
Buckingham Palace is yet to comment on any of the claims made by Omid Scobie in his new book, Endgame.