Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could “come together” with the Royal Family in the future in a “more family-based way”, according to one of the authors of bombshell biography Finding Freedom.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex famously stepped away from the Firm at the beginning of the year and have since moved to the US with their child Archie.

During the pair's time in the Royal Family, there were rumours of a rift between Meghan and Kate Middleton while Harry also admitted he had grown apart from Prince William in an ITV documentary last year.

Finding Freedom explores those topics but one of its authors, Omid Scobie, believes the families could eventually come back together.

Speaking on the most recent episode of his ABC podcast HeirPod, he told co-host Maggie Rulli: “It’s important to note that, while we haven’t seen a change between Meghan and Kate, the relationships between the Sussexes and the Queen are very strong and continue to be so.

“I do see a world in which the family come together and we see them all crossing paths in a much more organic, family-based way.

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    The royal expert also claimed the brothers started talking again after Prince Charles’ coronavirus, describing the communication as a “step in the right direction”.

    Omid’s book, which he wrote alongside Carolyn Durand, seeks to tell the Sussex’s side of the incidents that led up to the infamous "Megxit".

    Representatives from Harry and Meghan have denied they contributed to the book.

    Omid also claimed on the podcast that the pair felt “unprotected” by the Royal Family over alleged leaks.

    “To have members of their team or family that they are part of being involved in some of their leaks was an extremely unpleasant situation for them and made them feel even more unsupported and unprotected,” he said.

    “But you have to remember this is one very big establishment and what lies within are three very different households and agendas, all looking after their own bosses and own agendas. It left them very exposed.”

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