Harry and Meghan's requests for an apology have been met with "bafflement" and "refusal" from the Royal Family
According to reports, THE Royal Family is ignoring Harry and Meghan's requests for an apology.
The pair's desire to meet to discuss their "problems," so soon after the release of their traumatic docuseries, has reportedly "baffled" the royal family, according to insiders.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex assert that they are the victims of "double standards" after Lady Susan Hussey, 83, apologized to 61-year-old charity executive Ngozi Fulani at Buckingham Palace.
At a reception, the black British charity executive was asked by the former lady-in-waiting to the Queen where she was "truly from."
However, the Palace has no plans to meet with Harry and Meghan, and a source is adamant: "Who's apologizing to whom?"
Nigel Cawthorne, a royal specialist, predicts that the Sussexes' request will "quite surprise" the Palace.
It's a little rich after what they did, he continued. Any attempt at reconciliation by the King would be beneath the dignity of the Crown.
"Harry doesn't realize that his father and he have a different relationship. Things are only going to become worse because Harry's book Spare is still forthcoming.
More contentious accusations concerning the monarchy are allegedly made in the book than in the six-hour-long episodes of the Netflix series.
Before King Charles' coronation in May of next year, Harry, 38, and Meghan, 41, who were paid over £88 million by Netflix, want to make amends with the Royal Family.
Additionally, a source in California claimed that Harry wants his family to "wake up" as a result of the show.
However, a source close to the palace claimed: "If they want to contact the King, they know where he resides."
The Sussexes are among the least liked public personalities, according to a poll that found 48% of Britons think negatively of them.
Only 62-year-old Prince Andrew is disliked more among the royals.
The biographer Mr. Cawthorne continued, "Although the Harry and Meghan spectacle has received incredible viewing figures, people haven't shown much sympathy for them.
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