Prince Harry’s reported desire to reconcile with his brother Prince William and sister-in-law Kate Middleton has garnered attention amidst Kate’s recent cancer diagnosis.

According to an insider, Meghan Markle is said to be apprehensive about Harry’s attempt to mend fences with the Royal family, fearing he might regret the decision later on. The source revealed that while Meghan empathizes with Kate’s health situation, she believes it does not change the underlying issues between them.

Last month, Kate, the Princess of Wales, shared a video message with the public, disclosing that she is undergoing preventive chemotherapy following the discovery of an unnamed type of cancer after an abdominal surgery earlier this year. This health update has added a poignant context to Harry’s reported efforts to reconcile with his brother and sister-in-law.

The ongoing health challenges within the British Royal Family have sparked speculation about the potential for reconciliation between Prince Harry and his brother, Prince William. As the Prince and Princess of Wales navigate Kate’s recovery process, they have the support of their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. This situation has prompted suggestions that Harry may extend an olive branch to stand by the couple, reminiscent of his brief visit to the UK earlier this year when King Charles revealed his cancer diagnosis.

Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams has proposed that the health issues affecting the Royal Family could potentially thaw the icy relationship between Harry and William. He stated that significant events like Catherine’s and the King’s illnesses could serve as “game changers” even in the face of deep family rifts.

However, reports suggest that Meghan Markle remains affected by past experiences with the Royal Family. According to a source, while she wishes for Kate’s full recovery and the well-being of the family, she is still upset by the events surrounding their departure from royal life four years ago. The source claims that Meghan finds it difficult to fully forgive the royals for the treatment she and Harry endured, as they have never received an apology.

The departure of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex from their Royal roles in January 2020 marked a significant transition, as they relocated to California to raise their children, Archie and Lilibet, away from the constraints of Royal life. The couple has been forthcoming about their challenges and strained relationships with other members of the Royal Family, particularly expressed in Prince Harry’s forthcoming memoir, “Spare.”

The book delves into the sibling rivalry between Prince Harry and his elder brother, Prince William, whom he refers to as his “beloved brother and arch-nemesis.” It details a physical altercation that occurred in 2019 over alleged comments made by Prince William against Meghan, labeling her as “difficult,” “rude,” and “abrasive.” The memoir also sheds light on the friction caused by the differing American and British sensibilities of Meghan and Catherine, the Princess of Wales.

The once close-knit “fab four,” comprising the two Royal brothers and their spouses, has faced significant challenges. Prince Harry, who once affectionately referred to Catherine as the “sister I’ve never had and always wanted,” now finds himself navigating a chasm within the family, according to his tell-all memoir.

Sources suggest that the Duchess of Sussex harbors concerns about attempting to mend fences, fearing that it might lead to further pain rather than healing. The source alleges that Meghan believes Prince William has made it clear that he does not desire reconciliation and has not made any effort to do so, even during Prince Harry’s visits to the UK.

The source further claims that Meghan is apprehensive about Prince Harry being hurt again, as it has taken him years to overcome the fallout from the family rift. She reportedly believes that Prince William will not extend an olive branch due to the current situation, and she fears losing control over the situation as she perceives herself as making better decisions than Prince Harry, who may be guided by his emotions