Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Reach Out to Kate Middleton Amid Her Cancer Battle

In a significant move towards reconciliation, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have reportedly jointly reached out to Kate Middleton to send well wishes as the Princess of Wales battles cancer.

According to Closer, the California-based royal couple extended their support ahead of the Trooping the Colour, expressing Meghan’s willingness to “end this feud.”

An insider revealed to the publication, “Both Harry and Meghan have been following Kate’s recovery with huge interest.

They’ve jointly reached out to send well wishes, but they’re still not really in a place with Kate to warrant much of a response.

That hasn’t stopped them from trying to connect and do what they see as the right thing.

When Kate gets back into action, their hope is that it might take some of the heat off them and possibly trigger a truce with her and William, and with the King, too.”

The royal source further claimed that making peace with the Prince and Princess of Wales would be a huge relief for Meghan on many levels.

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“Not least because it would also improve her reputation and, in turn, the new brand she’s cultivating. Meghan would love to be accepted by the British public again.

And getting the seal of approval from Kate and William would go a long way towards that,” the source added.

These reports of Meghan and Harry’s outreach to Kate come after the future queen’s public appearance at Trooping the Colour, signaling a potential thawing of relations within the royal family.