After not seeing each other in person for 16 months, Prince Harry immediately rushed to his father when he learned of King Charles' cancer diagnosis. Harry took an overnight flight from Los Angeles to London, where he landed on Tuesday afternoon. However, the father-son reunion was short-lived: Harry was only able to spend 30 minutes with Charles at the king's London home, Clarence House, before Charles and Queen Camilla left for Sandringham by helicopter. The day after the meeting, Harry returned to the United States, where he has lived since 2020.
The visit – which saw Harry travel nearly 11,000 miles – was initially thought to have been cut short too short because Charles was tired from the treatment he had received the day before. But now, a royal expert suggests otherwise: According to the opinion, Camilla was actually the reason for the short visit.
Royal expert Robert Jobson said: “The Queen was with the King.” the sun According to “Let's be honest, Harry didn't speak well of Queen Camilla in his book. He didn't say much good about it on Netflix either. They don't get along.” According to Jobson, it may have been Camilla who quickly interrupted the father-son meeting.
Harry's arrival also delayed Camilla and Karolyi's helicopter flight to Sandringham, where Karolyi was recovering after treatment on Monday. “The royal family is very strict about their positions. The only thing the king doesn't like is having to change his plans. She gave her son enough time to kiss and hug him and wish him well,” the royal expert added.
Many believe the visit from Harry – who arrived in England less than 24 hours after news of Charles' cancer diagnosis – could indicate the seriousness of Charles' diagnosis. “This is one of the reasons why Karolyi probably didn't want all this drama. The fact that Harry immediately ran to his father suggests that the King's condition was much worse than it actually was.”
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