Prince Charles flees to Wales ‘to contemplate the future of the Royal Family’

Prince Charles has reportedly fled to Wales to "contemplate the future of the Royal family" after peace talks with his sons Harry and William in the hours after Prince Philip' funeral.

The Prince of Wales is believed to have held a summit with his sons following the service for the Duke of Edinburgh on Saturday, April 17.

The grief-stricken heir apparent fled to Llwynywermod in Llandovery alone within 24 hours of his father being laid to rest after a face-to-face meeting with his sons in Windsor Castle, MailOnline reports.

The meeting is believed to be one of the steps taken in an attempt to thaw the frost between the brothers who have been feuding since the Sussexes' bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey last month.

A royal insider told MailOnline that they chose to meet Harry together so "words can't be misconstrued."

They said: "There was no official wake after the funeral, but Charles, William and Harry took the opportunity to speak and catch-up face to face after many months apart.

"They were only able to spend a short time together outdoors given Covid restrictions and also without staff, including senior courtiers, overhearing what was being said.

"It was important to Charles and William that they were both there together. It means nothing spoken about can be misconstrued in the future."

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Harry currently remains in Windsor on an open-ended ticket.

There have been conflicting reports about whether he will stay for the Queen's 95th birthday on Wednesday before returning to his pregnant wife, Meghan Markle in California.

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But Charles decided he needed to escape to his Welsh hideaway, a £1.2million converted farmhouse in the Brecon Beacons.

His wife Camilla Parker-Bowles has remained in London, as she continues with other commitments.

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