Onwards and upwards?
Meghan Markle, 41, is taking a “much softer approach” to Prince Harry’s royal family drama, a new report claims.
“The situation with his father and brother is still very difficult for him,” an unidentified source told People in this week’s issue. “Meghan is always supportive of it though. She used to be negative about it. It seems she has kind of moved on now.”
The source added, “They have moved continents. They have set up a new life with their kids.”
The Post reached out to representatives for Markle for comment.
There has been strain in recent years between Harry, 38, and Prince William, 41, and King Charles, 74.
Harry laid bare his family dynamics in his January bombshell memoir “Spare,” where he alleged that his brother had physically “attacked” him in November 2019 amid a spat about Markle and their struggles with the press.
He also branded his bro as his “arch-nemesis” and claimed that his father called him a “spare” at birth.
In December, in their Netflix docuseries “Harry & Meghan,” the couple stunningly shared more about their decision to step away from their roles as working royal family members in 2020.
People reported that William and Harry aren’t even on speaking terms these days, with Markle and Harry focused on their two children, Prince Archie, 4, and Princess Lilibet, 2.
The source also told the outlet that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex “are very united when it comes to family values and how to raise their kids. They are both great parents. Their kids are their world.”
Harry did make the trip overseas to the UK in May for his father’s historic coronation at Westminster Abbey, but he did not appear to interact too much with some of his family members.
It was reported that he was on a plane back to Montecito, California, less than 24 hours later to celebrate Archie’s 4th birthday.
Beyond the family drama, the estranged royals were recently dropped from their $20 million Spotify deal, as Markle’s podcast, “Archetypes,” was not renewed for a second season.
A source alleged to The Post at the time that the couple didn’t produce enough content to receive their full payout from their 2020 contract.
It was the only project the pair had produced during their two-and-a-half year partnership, aside from a one-off holiday special.