According to The Mirror, William, the Prince of Wales, is already planning what will happen when he is king, in particular regarding the fate reserved for his brother Harry and his wife Meghan Markle. The two brothers have been separated for years now.
The situation would have worsened further with the publication of Harry's autobiographical book, Spare, in which it is claimed that William would have physically attacked him during an argument at Kensington Palace. Harry and Meghan Markle have been living in California for almost four years now together with their two children, Archie and Lilibeth Diana.
A source would have declared to the Express that when William succeeds Charles III, he has no intention of changing anything towards his brother and sister-in-law. There would no longer be a place for them within the royal family: William would have already decided not to welcome them back to Buckingham Palace, relegating them to the margins of the Royal Family.
The Humanitarian Commitments of William, Prince of Wales
William entered the humanitarian field thanks to the commitment of her mother, who always wanted her two children with her during the visits to the clinics for HIV and AIDS patients that she made in those years.
In January 2005, Prince William and his brother voluntarily joined the English Red Cross to assist the Indian populations affected by the 2004 tsunami with distribution works. Subsequently the prince guaranteed his patronage to many homes and institutions for the homeless.
In March 2011, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, through the foundation, created a solidarity wedding list. Anyone who wanted to celebrate the royal wedding would have to make a donation to one of the 26 charitable organizations chosen by the couple.
In June 2012, the foundation was renamed The Royal Foundation to better reflect Catherine's contribution to the charitable efforts of the royal family. Harry left the charity in June 2019. Since December 2005, the prince has also been patron of the Tusk Trust, an English organization for the protection of wildlife and for education on its respect in Africa.
Subsequently, William helped launch the Tusk Conservation Awards, which have been awarded annually to selected environmental activists since 2013. In December 2014, he founded the United for Wildlife Transport Taskforce, which aims to reduce illegal wildlife trade across the world.
After two years of research, William launched the Earthshot Prize in October 2020, designed to provide funding and incentives for environmental solutions over the next decade. The Prize is expected to be awarded annually from 2021 to 2030 to five winners, across five categories detailing nature restoration, clean air, ocean conservation, waste-free living and climate change.
The selection process will be carried out by the Prince, together with a board of judges from six continents, supervised by a panel of experts.