Seven times Prince Harry was welcomed by royal family – even though he claimed there’s ‘no reconciliation’

Britain's William, Prince of Wales and Prince Harry march during a procession where the coffin of Britain's Queen Elizabeth is transported from Buckingham Palace to the Houses of Parliament for her lying in state, in London, Britain, September 14, 2022. REUTERS/Sarah Meyssonnier

PRINCE Harry will once again dive head first into his strained relationship with the Royal Family in an explosive interview this weekend.

The Duke of Sussex will speak to ITV at 9pm on Sunday, just hours before his tell-all memoir Spare hits the shelves.

Seven attempts have been made by the Royal Family to ease tensions with the Sussexes

The Duke of Sussex will speak to ITV on Sunday, just hours before his tell-all memoir Spare hits the shelves

The bombshell memoir, released on Tuesday, promises to tell an “accurate and wholly truthful” story of the Prince’s life.

In a trailer for the pre-recorded interview with News at Ten anchor Tom Bradby, Harry accuses The Firm of “no willingness to reconcile” amid a long-running row over Harry’s supposed treatment.

The claim comes despite seven attempts by the Royal Family to offer an olive branch to the Duke, the Daily Mirror reports.

The first of which was Harry’s invitation to unveil a memorial to his late mother, Diana, Princess of Wales.

The unveiling took place just months after Harry and Meghan’s bombshell 2021 interview with Oprah Winfrey.

The then Prince Charles also penned an article praising Harry for his environmental work – seen as an attempt to mend relations.

Writing in a 2022 New Years essay, Charles said: “Harry, has passionately highlighted the impact of climate change, especially in relation to Africa.

“And committed his charity to being net-zero.”

In a third effort to ease soaring transatlantic tensions in the aftermath of numerous interviews given by the Sussexes, Harry was invited to Prince Philip’s memorial.

But he did not attend the service in March last year, despite going to the Duke’s April 2021 funeral.

The snub came amid a legal case with the Home Office regarding Prince Harry’s security arrangements in the UK.

But in the weeks after Prince Philip’s memorial service, Harry and Meghan did come home to meet his grandma.

The Duke and Duchess had tea with The Queen at Windsor Castle before heading to the Netherlands for the Invictus games – Charles and Camilla were also there.

Prince Harry and wife Meghan later attended the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee last summer.

Their invitation, which saw them appear at Trooping of The Colour and a service of thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral, was another olive branch extended to the pair.

And in the days after the Queen’s funeral, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined the Prince and Princess of Wales for a walkabout at Windsor Castle.

The Fab Four greeted well-wishers and read thousands of floral tributes in what was considered an effort to show a united front.

And in a final attempt to save relations from the brink, Sussexes and their kids were invited on two holidays by King Charles, in a bid to mend fractured relations.

But Harry turned down the 2022 offers from the King to visit his Gloucestershire home Highgrove and Balmoral, in Scotland.

The invites were in the months before the Queen died.

William and Harry unveiled a statue of their mother in what was considered a show of unity months after the Sussexes bombshell Oprah onterview

Prince Harry was absent at his grandfather Prince Philip’s memorial

Prince Harry and wife Meghan later attended the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee last summer

The Queen extended an olive branch to Harry and Meghan with an invite to tea at Windsor Castle

The Fab Four put on a united front when greeting well-wishers at Windsor Castle in the days after The Queen’s death

King Charles invited the Sussexes on holiday twice in 2022 – both invites were rejected