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Prince Harry and Meghan Make Huge Offer to Royal Family to End Feud, Says Insider

They are trying to “make Amends."

When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's "Megxit" from the United Kingdom, they still had real estate ties to the Royal Family. As part of their exit deal, they agreed to pay for all the renovations made to Frogmore Cottage, the residence they lived in after getting married. However, it was revealed earlier this year that the couple was moving all of their belongings out of the property, and it was being turned over to Prince Andrew. Many considered the "eviction" the final tie cutting the controversial couple off from the rest of the Royal Family. But according to one insider, Harry and Meghan are making a huge offer to their estranged family as a peace offering – and it has to do with real estate. 

Harry and Meghan Are Reportedly Trying to "Make Amends" to Prince William


According to OK! Magazine, the couple is trying to "make amends" with Prince William. One of the ways they plan on winning him over is by renting an apartment at Kensington Palace. 

"Harry Doesn't Want to Become a Prisoner," Insider Claims


However, a source tells the publication that Harry is worried it could make them slaves to the family. "Harry doesn't want to become a prisoner of the palace," they said. 

They Would Pay for the Rent and Furnishings Themselves, According to Source


The couple reportedly wants to finance the apartment with their personal funds.  "He and Meghan are offering to rent an apartment at Kensington Palace and furnish it themselves," the source says. 

Harry Hopes That It Will Show William "They're Serious About Coming Back," Insider Claims


Harry believes the move should serve as an olive branch extended to his estranged brother. "He hopes that will please William and show that they're serious about coming back," insider claims.

Experts "See No Signs" of a Reconciliation

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan

However, experts are unconvinced that a reconciliation could be in the cards. "I see no signs of that whatsoever. The damage, the wounds are so deep it's gonna take an awful lot and an awful long time to heal those wounds," Talk TV's Royal Editor Sarah Hewson told Sky News Australia,

There Is No "Evidence" That There Is "A Desire on Either Side," Expert Claims


"And, at this stage, I just don't see any evidence whatsoever that there is a desire on either side, yet, to put an end to this and to forgive and forget," Hewson said.

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The Brothers Have Been Feuding for Years


Harry and William have been at odds since before Harry's wedding to Meghan. However, things went from bad to worse after the publication of Spare, when Harry made some shocking allegations against the heir-to-the throne, including that he physically assaulted him in his home. 

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