Prince Harry and King Charles appear to be warming up to one another, but Prince William continues to avoid his sibling. There were reportedly “peace talks” between Harry and Charles before Harry announced his attendance for the coronation, as reported by The Telegraph. Harry and William have had a lot of pleasant discussions with each other, but they haven’t spoken to each other yet. An unnamed buddy said that Harry and Charles’ conversations were always full of optimism. As a result of Harry’s biography “Spare,” as well as his countless TV appearances and Netflix docuseries, William is still struggling with emotions of betrayal. Harry, on the other hand, was on the fence about going to the coronation. The choice, the source stressed, was genuinely personal and not motivated by public relations concerns. It was all about showing his dad some love, being there when it counted, and helping out in any way he could. The rest of the royal family may not be as enthused about Harry and Charles’ efforts to reconcile as the two of them are. The Daily Mail quotes unnamed family members as saying they aren’t interested in talking to Harry beyond the surface level. In particular, William has no intention of starting a discussion. It’s worth noting, though, that Harry is only anticipated to show up for the coronation event, skipping all the other festivities and the famous balcony moment where the royals congregate to wave. After the coronation, Harry will return to California to celebrate his son Archie’s fourth birthday with Meghan Markle. After performing his duty to attend the coronation, Harry is looking forward to spending quality time with his family during this reunion. In conclusion, Harry and Charles are making headway toward reconciliation, but it looks like the rest of the royal family will need more time. The coronation is an important event for Harry, and he wants to be there to show his father his support. After the stressful royal meeting, he just wants to be happy and calm with his family.