Radar told you first, Harry felt "ambushed" by his father and older brother during their unscheduled two-hour meeting at Windsor Castle after Prince Philip's service on Saturday. Despite communicating with Charles and William, Radar learned the conversation between the three royal family members was “unproductive.”
Harry got the hell out of Dodge following the meeting and touched down in L.A. on Tuesday afternoon following an 11-hour American Airlines flight out of London Heathrow. A chauffeur-driven Cadillac with tinted windows was seen leaving LAX's exclusive area reserved for the rich and was later spotted arriving at the Montecito home Harry shares with his wife, Meghan Markle.
Harry's return to the states makes a bold statement considering he left one day before Queen Elizabeth's birthday. His grandmother turns 95 years old today and with this being her first celebration without her longtime love, there's no doubt she'll be surrounded by her loved ones including Charles and William.
Speaking of William, he doesn't seem concerned with the royal family rift because he was spotted just hours after Harry's U.S. return and looked happy as can be.
Smiling from ear to ear, William literally beamed sunshine while making an appearance with his wife, Kate Middleton, on Wednesday. Flashing his pearly whites for his first public event since Prince Philip's funeral, William made it clear that he's unbothered that he was unable to make amends with Harry.
“The meeting after the family laid Prince Philip to rest was not scheduled. Harry felt ambushed by his dad and brother which is no way to start a peace process,” a palace insider told Radar.
We also learned that Harry wasn't willing to make any decisions without Meghan. “Harry has a long list of grievances and demands and isn’t willing to negotiate or talk about the future without Meghan being part of the process," our source said.
Radar was told the conversation between Charles, Harry, and William was “unproductive.”
“Now to you negotiate peace with a couple who are willing to burn the whole place down? Harry and Meghan think they are coming to the table in a position of power and they have nothing else to lose," our palace source revealed. "Everything, from titles to money to security has already been taken away. If the family is serious about making peace they could start by returning everything they removed.”
The royal family rift came well before Harry and Meghan's sit-down interview with Oprah Winfrey last month but going on national television exposed the tense relationship to the public.