Prince Charles was quite proud of his daughter-in-law, Meghan Markle. The Prince of Wales admired and loved her because the Duchess of Sussex loves Prince Harry, according to a royal expert.
Royal biographer Angela Levin said that she witnessed first-hand just how much Prince Charles valued Meghan when she followed the heir to the British throne for a full year for her work. Levin belied claims that Meghan felt the Royal Family didn't welcome her because the royal expert saw how much Prince Harry's father accepted the love of his life.
Apparently, Prince Charles was happy that his son was able to find his soulmate in Meghan. However, Levin also saw the changes in Prince Harry after he got married. The former charismatic young royal knew how to charm people but Levin, now, describes Prince Harry as someone who became a "shadow of himself."
Royal author Nigel Cawthorne, also, saw how Prince Charles accepted Meghan into the family. The heir to the throne had plans for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's role within The Firm but, then, they decided to give this up this life to chart their own path away from the royals.
Cawthorne believes that Prince Charles regrets how he could not persuade his son and daughter-in-law to change their minds and stay in London. Despite his attempts to support Prince Harry and Meghan, the Sussexes were determined to move out and live in Los Angeles.
It's for this reason that Cawthorne believes Prince Charles will not force Prince Harry and Meghan to return to their royal work. Their relationship as father-and-son, however, remains rock solid and Prince Harry still listens to his father's advice.
An insider told Cawthorne that the Prince of Wales and Duke of Sussex have always been "incredibly close." Nothing can change this closeness despite the royal drama that have occurred in the family in the last two years.
Meanwhile, Prince Charles, recently, arrived in Scotland for a potential summer break with his wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall. According to Daily Express, the Prince of Wales might visit his mother, the Queen, in Balmoral but he will likely follow social distancing protocols.
Reports stated that Queen Elizabeth does not have any intentions to host her summer guests because of the COVID-19 risks. However, the royal family may join the Queen and Prince Philip for walks, picnics and other outdoor activities at Balmoral.