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things are looking inside royal family This Christmas after a tumultuous year filled with the loss of Prince Philip, an interview with Oprah Winfrey and Queen Elizabeth’s deteriorating health. But there are reports that The kind of fight going on for the last two years in between Prince Harry And prince charles Now can be on low boil.
Royal writer Stewart Pearce revealed us weekly Father and son are learning to communicate better because their temperaments are fundamentally different. “It’s just his style of managing his level of emotional intensity, you know?” He explained in detail. “Prince Charles is, by nature, a very shy person and prefers [be by] she herself. That doesn’t mean he doesn’t care, he just finds performance or emotional performance… [to be] really difficult.”
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His lack of outward feelings perhaps frustrates the “more forthcoming” Harry, who takes care of his mother, Princess Diana. But it’s a step in the right direction for the pair, who haven’t seen eye-to-eye in years – Charles is governed by his sense of duty while Harry wants to live his life with passion, Diana: The Voice of Change The author shared that the two have made “absolutely” progress in ironing out their differences.
That doesn’t mean everything is perfect, but with a healthy dialogue, Charles and Harry may be able to make peace with each other in the coming year. As the Queen celebrates her Platinum Jubilee in June, no one wants to see the frosty ties on display especially when it’s not their day, But Pearce suggests that their new communication approach is allowing them to be “as honest as possible” with each other and hope that the castle fence will be fixed sooner rather than later.
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