Kate Middleton was ‘keen to bury the hatchet’ with Harry and Meghan, expert claims
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Kate Middleton reportedly told her pals that she didn't think it was "too late to pull" her brother-in-law Prince Harry or Meghan Markle "back in" prior to their interview with Oprah Winfrey in March.
It's been said that the Duchess of Cambridge, 39, preached that the couple remained "much loved members of the family," despite their exit as senior members and their move across the pond to start afresh in Malibu, California.
A source told The Telegraph's Stella magazine that Kate has taken on the same perspective as the Queen in hoping the Sussexes might return to their roles.
"I have been reliably informed she was even telling her friends before the Oprah interview that she did not think it was too late to ‘pull them back in’," Royal expert Camilla Tominey wrote.
She went on to explain that Kate "remained keen to bury the hatchet" even though Harry, 36, claimed his brother William, 38, is "trapped" while 39 year old Meghan said her sister-in-law made her cry days before her wedding.
Kate is reportedly motivated by her own children Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, six, and three year old Prince Louis' relationship with their cousin Archie, two, and Meghan's unborn child.
Camilla went on: "‘Her natural instinct is to try to smooth things over,’ added the source".
It comes after Kate's uncle said she is "trying to mediate" and "bring peace" to the Royal family after the dramatic interviews given out by the Sussexes in the past few months.
Gary Goldsmith, 56, is the brother of Kate's mother Carole and has described his niece as a "brilliant arbiter and peacemaker" who is doing "everything she can" to help her husband Prince William and his brother.
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He also said Harry needs to "get a grip" and stop his "self-indulgent episode" before there is "no common ground or relationship to rebuild."
Recruitment consultant Gary said everybody has been left "astonished" by Harry's interviews, in which he has accused members of the Royal family of being "racist" and "neglecting" him and wife Meghan Markle.
"Every bone in her body is about making friends and doing the best she can… she's trying to mediate."
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