King Charles ‘may break silence’ over Harry and Meghan

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King Charles has held his tongue regarding the fresh revelations which have been landed on the Royal Family by Meghan and Harry’s new tell-all Netflix series. Ms Bond believes the Palace will continue to try and remain above the mud-slinging unless the Queen Consult suffers a “direct hit.”

Ms Bond told OK!: “The three words that come to mind when I consider how the Royal Family must be feeling during the run up to the release of the next three episodes are despairing, dismayed and disappointed.

“They’ll be hurt and pained. Charles must be distraught that this is going on and on.”

She added: “It’s really unlikely Charles will respond to Harry and Meghan’s documentary unless there is a direct hit on Camilla.

“He and his staff are well aware that if you comment on a story, it gives it legs.

“The best way to shut it down is silence. And Charles probably believes it more graceful and dignified to respond, if he’s going to, in private.”

King Charles has been urged to respond to Harry and Meghan’s Netflix documentary with a “dignified power move” during his first Christmas address to the nation.

Palace Confidential host Jo Elvin told The Independent: “I wouldn’t be surprised if the King has very quickly started clinging to a new mantra: ‘What would [Queen Elizabeth II] do?’”

She added: “On the matter of how to handle this incendiary ‘docu-series’, publicly he’ll want to avoid any comment or action that keeps this soap opera being discussed and getting more tawdry by the hour. 

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“Privately, however, he may need to overcome his reported desire to evade conflict and get everyone talking.

“However varied recollections may be in the family, I think finding a way to heal Harry and Meghan’s pain should be a priority because it seems that otherwise, they’ll never run out of the energy to complain and explain. 

“A loving mention in his first Christmas address would be a dignified power move.”

The next episodes of the duke and duchess’s six-part Netflix series, which will air on Thursday morning, are set to explore their decision to step away from royal duties and make a life in America.

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In the 90-second clip, Harry is heard saying: “I wonder what would’ve happened to us had we not got out when we did.”

Meghan adds: “Our security was being pulled. Everyone in the world knew where we were.”

The duke also can be heard saying: “I said, ‘We need to get out of here’.”

Images of a man with his face blurred, a plane flying, Harry filming a video on his phone and newspapers being made also appear on screen.

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