Harry and Charles
Prince Harry has reportedly patched things up with his father, Prince Charles, ahead of Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Getty Images

Rumors that Prince Harry snubbed a dinner invitation by his father, King Charless III, has been swirling all over as the "distance" between the Duke of Sussex and other members of the Royal Family is higlighted once more. But there are conflicting reports on the dinner invitation, so which is true?

Reports claimed that Prince Harry declined his father’s invite after his wife, Meghan Markle, was supposedly not allowed to attend the Royal Family's gathering at Balmoral to mourn the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

It was said that Charles called Harry, his youngest son, and told him that it’s “inappropriate” for Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, to be there, a report said.

There were also claims that Harry had to persuade Charles first to allow Meghan to come with him on the day of the Queen’s death causing him to miss his original flight. When he arrived in Balmoral, the Queen’s death was already announced, according to the Daily Mail.

Anonymous sources have been quoted by news outlets saying that Harry was “furious” that he had to refuse to eat with his family.

These allegations, however, were refuted by Page Six in a separate report, although there were claims that Harry and Meghan struggled during their visit to the United Kingdom to pay tribute to the late monarch.

Besides the reports of “icy interactions” given by Prince William and Kate Middleton towards Harry and Meghan, the couple was also said to be invited and then uninvited during a reception for world leaders and dignitaries.

Since the death of the Queen, the pair has been visible to the public eye once again with the rest of the Royal Family.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were even seen alongside the new Prince and Princess of Wales during a public encounter to thank the people for their love and support for their grandmother.

Claims Meghan requesting for a one-on-one talk with his father-in-law, King Charles, were also reported although such reports were also unverified.

Prince Harry and Meghan leave Westminster Hall, London after the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II was brought to the hall
It appears that Prince Harry's memoir, "Spare" could see him use his royal relatives as "collateral damage" in his search for closure. Photo Danny Lawson - WPA Pool/Getty Images

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