But royal author Phil Dampier has warned the attempted clear-the-air discussions between the trio were “clearly very strained” and is only the “opening move” in healing the deep rift with William and Charles.
He told Sun Online: “The relationship between the so-called former ‘Fab Four’- Harry, Meghan, William and Kate – is now so broken and delicate that everyone is looking for the slightest signs it is getting better…or worse.
“The discussions after Prince Philip’s funeral were a start, but were clearly very strained and only an opening move.”
Mr Dampier also launched a furious attack against Harry and Meghan, warning continuing a “war” with the Duke’s family is “unnecessary and counter-productive”.
He demanded they “stop playing the victim and stop playing on their royal connections by leaking stories while pleading for privacy”.
The royal author continued: “Harry and Meghan now have all they want to make them happy if they are going to be.
“A son, a daughter on the way, their freedom from the royal family and the means to make money and get involved in cases which interest them.
The couple claimed Meghan had not received any support from the monarchy in her mental health struggles.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also accused an unnamed royal – not the Queen or Prince Philip – of raising concerns about how dark their son Archie’s skin tone would be before he was born in May 2019.
Just days later, William strongly denied the accusation, saying when questioned by a journalist: “We’re very much not a racist family.”
Royal Family enthusiast and Conservative Party MP Andrew Rosindell warned Harry has now effectively been written off by the British public following the bombshell claims he and Meghan Markle made.
He told Express.co.uk: “What has happened with Prince Harry is a great sadness to the Queen and Royal Family as a whole.
“It is also very sad for the country that he has chosen the path that he has chosen.
“It was only three years ago when he had that wonderful wedding but then in less than two years have effectively resigned from the Royal Family is a great shame.
“Maybe him coming back for Prince Philip’s funeral will have reminded him what he has given up.
“But the country has moved on now – they do think of him as part of the Royal Family, but they don’t think of him as having a role anymore.”