Prince Harry's conversations with Prince William and Prince Charles following Prince Philip's funeral were just "small talk", it has been claimed.
Harry, 37, had reportedly had "clear-the-air" talks with his brother and father as well as Kate Middleton during a "summit" which he hosted at his UK residence, Frogmore Cottage, on Saturday.
The discussions were said to be aimed at bridging the rift caused by the allegations made against The Firm by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in their tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey.
But it has also been reported that the conversations they had were merely "small talk" as the family wanted to focus on supporting the Queen - who this week turns 95 - as she grieved the loss of her 73-year consort.
Ingrid Seward, editor-in- chief at Majesty Magazine, told the Sun: “I think it would have been small talk.
"Unless Harry brought up Oprah. The last thing you want is to have a row after a funeral.”
Relations have been tense between Harry and the rest of the royal family after he accused them of racism in the CBS interview with Oprah.
Harry and Meghan, 39, also accused the institution of failing to provide the Duchess of Sussex adequate support when she had suicidal thoughts while pregnant with their first child Archie, one.
Meghan remained at their home in Santa Barbara, California, after doctors advised she shouldn't travel for the funeral due to her being heavily pregnant.
While Harry flew in for the event at Windsor Castle on Saturday, he isn't thought to have stuck around long as he may have returned to Los Angeles as early as Monday to be reunited with his wife and son
Harry is reported to have written a "deeply personal" note to Prince Charles ahead of him meeting the whole family face-to-face for the first time since the two-hour Oprah interview - which was watched by 80million people.
But the Prince of Wales remains “very hurt” by Harry’s decision to appear in the interview while the Duke of Edinburgh was seriously ill in hospital.
Sources close to the Duke of Sussex told how he has been “forced to write letters” to his father due to a "complete communication breakdown".
In his correspondence he has "outlined his reasons for leaving" while promising to "respect the institution", sources have revealed.
A royal source said: “Truth be told, Harry didn’t really know what to expect before he came home, which is why he reached out before seeing everyone.
“He wrote a deeply personal note to his dad to try and set things straight but tensions are still running high and things haven’t exactly ironed out the way he had hoped.
“There had been a kind of unspoken agreement between everyone to park whatever has been on each person’s mind, and solely concentrate on supporting the Queen ahead of Prince Philip ’s funeral.
“The feeling inside the camp was that it wasn’t the time nor the place to go over things, especially at such an emotional time for everybody involved.”
Relations between the brothers are also said to remain “extremely frosty” despite the two being seen speaking after their granddad's funeral.
One palace insider said Charles was hoping to see his son again after Philip's funeral but Harry told him he wasn’t sticking around.