Harry told to ‘get lost’ if attending King Charles’ birthday for an ‘apology’

Prince Harry could be set to attend estranged dad King Charles' birthday later this year but there could be trouble ahead if he's looking for an apology, according to an expert.

The monarch will turn 75 on November 14 and biographer Angela Levin believes King Charles will want his whole family – including the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their children – at the bash, despite tension between the US-based couple and their royal relatives.

Levin told the Sun: "Charles would want Harry and Meghan [Markle]’s children there.

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"If Harry and Meghan want to make an excuse, that’s their decision."

But Levin also warned that if Harry attended the party hoping his dad would grovel, he could think again.

"If Harry wants to go to get an apology, then he can get lost," she added.

It is unclear whether Harry and Meghan are planning to attend whatever festivities the King has in mind for the big day.

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And while the author said it was likely the entire Sussex clan would get an invite, it's possible Harry could take his son, Archie, and leave Meghan and Lilibet at home.

"[Archie's] a big boy now, five, and he could see his cousins," she continued.

The speculation comes following reports Harry and Meghan could be forced to stay in the US whether they like it or not, thanks to the aggressive stance they've taken against their royal relatives.

It's been claimed the pair have considered a royal return after stepping down from official duties in 2020 as their lucrative media contracts begin to dry up, according to an insider.

"Harry and Meghan have secretly reached out to Harry’s brother, Prince William, to discuss the possibility of returning to the Royal Family," a source told InTouch Weekly, adding they thought William might consider the proposal.

But with their popularity dwindling and bridges burned with the Firm, royal commentator Daniela Elser reckons the pair may be running out of chances to make up with their estranged relatives.

Writing for news.com.au, Elser said: "Given the Sussexes have not so much burned their bridges but assumed a Napoleon-worthy scorched earth policy of their own, they are now in this – and in the US – for the long term."

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