Prince Charles, William and Kate Middleton hold clear-the-air talks with Harry at Frogmore Cottage

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SENIOR royals had clear-the-air talks with Prince Harry at Frogmore Cottage in the aftermath of the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.

Harry hosted father Charles, brother William and sister-in-law Kate, away from prying eyes and ears.

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Princes William and Harry held clear-the-air talks following Prince Philip’s funeral[/caption]

They chatted for about two hours on Saturday at the Windsor home where Harry, 36, lived with wife Meghan, 39, until they quit the UK.

An insider said that Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank, who now live at Frogmore, “made themselves scarce as Harry, William, Kate and Charles hammered things out”.

They added: “Harry obviously felt outnumbered as there are three of them and only one of him so wanted it to be on his home turf.

“There is no way this is the end of the crisis in their relationships but it’s a good gesture and a nice way to take the first step towards healing.

“William, Kate and Charles all left after about two hours, which was long enough for the process of getting father and brothers talking again to start.”

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The senior royals, including Kate Middleton, chatted for about two hours on Saturday[/caption]

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Prince Charles was also at Frogmore Cottage, where the royals spoke away from prying ears[/caption]

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Harry and wife Meghan lived together in Frogmore Cottage until they quit the UK[/caption]

Relations have been strained since Megxit and Harry and Meghan’s bombshell US TV interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Warring siblings William and Harry were reunited in front of the cameras as they chatted while walking back from Prince Philip’s funeral service.

They mingled with other senior royals, ­including Charles, on Windsor Castle’s Quadrangle after TV cameras were switched off.

Then William, 38, Kate, 39, and Charles, 72, joined Harry at the Grade-II listed cottage on the Windsor estate.

 


Ingrid Seward, editor-in- chief at Majesty Magazine, said: “I think it would have been small talk.

“Unless Harry brought up Oprah. The last thing you want is to have a row after a funeral.”

Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Kensington Palace did not comment.

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Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank, who now live at Frogmore, ‘made themselves scarce’[/caption]

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An insider said Harry ‘obviously felt outnumbered so wanted it to be on his home turf’[/caption]

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William and Harry were reunited in front of the cameras as they chatted after the Duke’s service[/caption]

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Relations have been strained since Harry and Meghan’s bombshell US TV interview with Oprah Winfrey[/caption]

 

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