A royal historian is shedding light on the late Queen’s final and dearest wish and it’s leaving royal fans in tears.
Robert Hardman says Her Majesty’s dearest wish was to really have things patched up in the family. And by that, he meant the rift between Harry and Meghan with other senior members of the royal family.
The relations between the Sussexes and the Royal family have been strained for quite some time and it’s been really hard on the Queen who wished for nothing more than peace with all in her final years.
Seeing the couple make their way into the UK for her Platinum Jubilee Celebrations really made her happy and she wished that they would bring their kids along too.
For her, family meant the world and that’s all she wanted was to see everyone united as one again, he continued.
The royal historian continued to write how the late monarch really adored Prince Harry to the end and that’s what makes this entire situation really sad.
Speaking to People Magazine, the historian expressed how it would have been the Queen’s final wish to heal the rift between the family.
Right before the pandemic, things got extremely awkward between the couple and the family and there was a clear divide when they quit their royal duties.
But nothing was as severe as the Oprah Winfrey interview, where the bombshell allegations from Meghan’s side really tore away any chance of a reconciliation,
Seeing Harry and Willam not speak to one another and then the rift between King Charles and the couple was just a lot for her Majesty to bear. And she was really sad to see the relationship end up like this.
This is why he felt that if the couple put in more effort to mend the rift during her lifetime, it would have caused her immense pleasure.