The royal drama continues while efforts are being made for a reconciliation between the Sussexes and their royal roots. There’s still a long way ahead before things are totally healed, believes a royal expert.

In an interview with US Weekly on Tuesday, British journalist and royal expert Jonathan Sacerdoti told how there certainly would’ve been discussions pertaining to reconciliations in the past year, but things continue to be ambiguous.

Sacerdoti also hinted at how there seemed to be a high possibility of a niggling fear in the minds of the senior members of the Royal Family about what Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would be revealing next—in an interview or the revised version of “Finding Freedom” or the Duke’s own book, for that matter.

The renowned writer also hinted at how things would be particularly tough for Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, and Prince William to let bygones be bygones, given the accusations hurled at them by Harry and Meghan, in the past.

Things went into a downward spiral ever since the Sussexes announced their decision to step down as senior royal members. There seemed to be no turning back after the couple lambasted the Royal Family on a television interview with iconic show host and neighbor Oprah Winfrey. A reliable source who wished to be unnamed revealed how a visibly livid Charles was willing to refute each of the accusations made by Harry and Meghan, but the Queen expressed the desire to adapt to a more modest approach in the eye of the storm.

Fast forward to a couple of months since the Oprah show, and the Duke and his “Suits” alum wife welcomed their second child, Lilibet Diana in June.

In a recent development, it has been reported that the royal couple’s former Sussex Royal Foundation still owes a not-for-profit about £78,500 ($1,08,184.07). The debts come amid the news of the couple’s £118 million ($16,26,21,110.00) in media deals, Daily Mail reported.

The allegations suggest that their former charitable undertaking, which was renamed MWX, hadn’t still paid off the cause. The creditor, whose identity remains undisclosed, reportedly made a claim for £213,000 ($2,93,544.88) to the foundation last year, out of which £134,500 ($1,85,360.50) was paid off in the most recent financial period. The remaining amount continues to be outstanding.

Queen Elizabeth with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Queen Elizabeth ll, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex stand on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to view a flypast to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force (RAF) on July 10, 2018 in London, England. Photo by Anwar Hussein/Getty Images

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