Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who stayed silent amid all the "royal racists" drama, extended their warm wishes to hospitalised Kate Middleton and King Charles, who is scheduled to undergo a prostate operation.
According to the Mirror, a source revealed, "The King and the Princess of Wales received support from Prince Harry and Meghan regarding their health."
The insider further spilled the beans, saying, "The Duke and Duchess contacted both parties in different ways to pass on their concerns and best wishes."
This move subtly implied that the California-based couple's relationship is not soured by the royals as this support amid health scares comes months after Charles, 75, and Princess of Wales, who is counting her days to get discharged from the hospital after a major abdominal surgery, were publicly named as the "racists royals."
A Dutch edition of Endgames penned by Omid Scoobie named the two royals who "raised concerns" over the skin color of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s eldest child, four-year-old Prince Archie.
Later, the writer claimed that it must have been an error during the translation as he never named them in the book.
In addition to that, this week it emerged that the King quietly made provisions to stop his younger son from acting as a substitute for him if he falls ill or is abroad.
Moreover, several reports emerged claiming that Harry might have only found out about his father's prostate diagnosis through the media.
Meanwhile, Buckingham Palace is said to have tried to privately inform all senior members of the royal family, including Harry, 39, and Meghan, 42, before it was made public on Wednesday.