Prince Harry had a sit-down with King Charles just last week, and now it's being said he would like to scheule a follow-up visit and this time bring his two small children, Prince Archie, four, and Princess Lilibet, two.
Charles has met both Archie and Lilibet, but because of the Sussexes' move to the US, and the pandemic, it's been a while. Charles hasn't seen either of the children since the Queen's Jubilee in 2022, it's being reported.
A source says, "Harry wants to spend more time in the UK and bring the children over to be with [Charles] and their cousins, but he will have to prove himself first," reports GB News.
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Harry traveled to the UK when learning about Charles's cancer diagnosis. Their meeting was approximately 45 minutes, and it's being said, it may have been cut short because Charles was "tired" and had plans to travel to Sandringham to rest.
Soon after returning to the US, Harry presented an award at the NFL Honors ceremony in Las Vegas, Nevada. Body language expert Judi James provided her assessment, saying he was in "top form" and "full of confidence," and that may be due to meeting with his father for the first time in a year.
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There have been countless reports about Harry heading to the UK to see his father, with some being positive, that it was the right thing to do, and others being negative, saying it came across as self-serving.
Just yesterday, it was reported Harry and Meghan are "two of the most unpopular figures in the UK today."
If Harry is to bring Archie and Lilibet to see Charles, possibly his public standing will change.
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