Prince Harry’s Second Child Could Be ‘Catalyst Desperately Needed’

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Prince Harry’s Second Child Could Be ‘Catalyst Desperately Needed’.

THE next few weeks could be decisive for the Royal family and some hope that Prince Harry’s second child could be the ‘catalyst desperately needed’ to bring the royal family back together again.

With only a few weeks to go before the impending birth of the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex’s second child, one royal commentator has said that this could be decisive for the Royal family’s future, and healing the rift.

The next “three or so weeks” could be extremely important according to royal commentator Daniela Elser. She explained how the birth of a new child in the family could either bring them together, or push them further apart.

In she commented that: “In fact, the next three or so weeks could make or break whether Harry ever truly patches things up with his family.

“At some point in the very near future, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex is set to give birth to her second child, a little girl, and the bub’s arrival could be the catalyst so desperately needed to bring the two men back together.

“That or things could fall even more spectacularly apart, so no pressure now.

“Babies after all have a way of bringing people together, or tearing them apart.”

Prince Harry could soon be returning to the UK to unveil a statue to honour Princess Diana on what would have been her 60th birthday in July. It would seem most appropriate that this is done with both William and Harry present at the unveiling.

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