“I think, if there’s any hope of anyone working out the feud, it is probably Harry and Charles," she continued. "I think Charles really does love Harry, obviously, that’s his son.”
“I think, maybe some day down the road, maybe when Charles passes away, I hate to say that, those two, it will just be them at that point like maybe they’ll find a way, when they’re older to be like, 'You know, this was stupid, none of this matters, let’s put it all aside,'" she noted.
“The king would love nothing more than to have Christmas with his sons and all his grandchildren, but it’s not that simple and there is no chance the Sussexes will be coming,” the source said in an interview.
“It would make things very difficult because there is still so much hostility toward Harry and Meghan, particularly from the Prince and Princess of Wales," they added. “Charles is also deeply nervous about the risks of conversations being leaked by the Sussex camp, which is why there have been very few of them.”
The insider revealed Charles would want to have Harry at Sandringham House, but the rest of the royals would be apprehensive.
The friend explained that it was "unlikely [Harry and Meghan] would be welcomed with open arms."
Never miss a story — sign up for the OK! newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what OK! has to offer. It’s gossip too good to wait for!
Although British outlets reported Harry contacted his dad for his November birthday, the confidant questioned the Archewell co-founder's intentions.
"It's so bizarre to have behaved so badly, demanded an apology and an admission of 'guilt' — to no avail, I might add — from the family and now suggest they'll just waltz back in and allow bygones to be bygones if only someone would be good enough invite them," they continued.
"Which begs the question, why now? Is it something to do with the fact that some of their commercial deals, such as Spotify, have fallen around their ears and they have been subject to ridicule in the U.S. in shows such as South Park and Family Guy?" they asked. "Could it be that they have realized moaning about how awful being a member of the royal family is, isn't such a great strategy after all?"
Siffrinn spoke to Daily Express.