Prince Harry interviews: Reconciliation with Charles, Camilla and William 'impossible' after accusations against Queen Consort

Prince Harry's chances of reconciliation with King Charles, Queen Consort Camilla and heir to the throne Prince William are now reportedly "impossible" following the latest round of media interviews carried out to promote the release of memoir Spare.

The Independent newspaper claims a reputable source told it there has been a "complete breakdown of trust" after Harry's accusations in interviews and in his forthcoming book.

In one of the interviews, Harry said he wanted to reconcile with his brother and father.

"I would like to get my father back, I would like to have my brother back,” Harry told ITV's Tom Bradby, saying he hoped a "reconciliation will have a ripple effect across the entire world. Maybe that's lofty, maybe that's naive, whatever. But I genuinely feel that.”

However, the Independent quoted a source "close to the royal family" as saying the situation wouldn't change while the Duke of Sussex is stuck in the "cult of psychotherapy and Meghan".

"They are trapped," said the source. 

"They really can't engage because everything they say will be shared with the media. It is impossible to have a conversation or write a letter because of the risk that anything they say being put in the public domain by Harry, potentially for commercial benefit.

"There has been a complete breakdown of trust.

"He has been kidnapped by a cult of psychotherapy and Meghan. It is impossible for him to return in these circumstances."

There has been no direct comment from Buckingham Palace to the raft of accusations levelled by Harry at the royal family, both in interviews and in his book.

In one of the most damning comments, Harry claimed Camilla had "sacrificed him on her personal PR altar" as she tried to rehabilitate her image in the media after she'd been labelled the "third person" in the marriage between Charles and Diana.

Harry has already claimed Camilla leaked stories to the British press, trying to improve her status at the time she was intending to marry the then Prince Charles.

Camilla is believed to be "just astounded by the whole thing", according to a close friend of the Queen Consort who has reportedly spoken to Vanity Fair.

The Independent also claimed the Sussexes wanted an atonement meeting with the royal family.

However, the paper said it "understood there will be no form of apology to the Sussexes, with an unnamed source saying 'They aren't going to apologise because they don't recognise Harry's version of events'."