‘Can’t be bothered’: Prince William turns the page on Harry and Meghan drama

Apr 17, 2024
It seems that Prince William has now fully directed his attention towards his royal responsibilities, leaving trivial matters behind. Source: Getty Images.

Prince William appears to have closed the chapter on the tumultuous saga involving his brother Prince Harry and sister-in-law Meghan Markle.

Reports suggest that the future King of England has moved beyond the “angry stage” and is now prioritising his royal responsibilities over family disputes.

During a recent appearance on GB News, Charlotte Griffiths, editor-at-large for the Mail on Sunday, provided insights into William’s mindset, stating, “The idea that William is looking for a reconciliation is for the birds. This is a guy who has a lot of big things on his plate.”

With the recent health struggles of his father King Charles and wife Princess Catherine, in addition to the weighty responsibility of preparing to one day ascend the throne, it appears that Prince William’s focus has shifted squarely to his royal duties and away from trivial matters.

“He is planning to be the future King, who knows how long that could be. That must be at the forefront of his mind,” Griffiths explained.

“He could be the King in the next few years and the idea that he’s going to get bogged down by more psychodrama from his brother, from Montecito, from Meghan.

“I mean, he’s just he’s moved past all of that. He’s actually past the angry stage.

“I’m hearing he just can’t be bothered with those guys anymore.”

William’s new approach to addressing the ongoing tension with Harry and Meghan comes as he prepares to resume royal duties, marking his first official engagement since Catherine revealed her cancer diagnosis.

Having devoted the past three-and-a-half weeks to spending quality time with Catherine and their children during the Easter break, William is set to resume his duties on Thursday, April 18 with a visit to Surplus to Supper, a surplus food redistribution charity

According to Kensington Palace, the prince aims to highlight the organisation’s significant community and environmental contributions through his upcoming engagements.

He plans to meet with volunteers responsible for sorting and distributing food at the charity’s hub located at Sunbury Cricket Club. Additionally, he will assist in loading deliveries into their vans and collaborate with the kitchen team in meal preparation.

-with PA.


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