The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have reportedly contacted two key members of the Royal Family after being informed about their health issues.

The Sun reported that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reached out to King Charles and Kate, who are currently both receiving hospital treatment for separate conditions.

It is not known how the couple reached out to the senior royals but this communication was said to have been done in "various ways".

This was confirmed after the public noted how Harry, Prince William's brother, did not publicly express his well wishes to the senior royals at the Living Legends of Aviation event where the Duke was presented with a medal.

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According to The Sun, Buckingham Palace had previously informed the Duke and Duchess privately about the health problems faced by King Charles, currently being treated for an enlarged prostate, and the Princess of Wales who underwent abdominal surgery at The London Clinic hospital.

This comes just months after Omid Scobie's book Endgame caused more problems for the Royal Family and their relationship with the pair.

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The book, which was about the royal family supposedly being "in crisis", was described as one-sided by royalists.

One media outlet called the book a "ludicrous propaganda for Team Sussex".

Scobie, 42, stressed in pre-publication interviews that he did not interview Harry and Meghan for the book, nor is he Meghan’s friend.

He told the Times: “I have mutual friends with [Meghan], and that definitely helps with getting information and breaking details.”

Before the publication of Endgame, Harry's controversial book Spare also reportedly widened rifts in the family, alongside his media interviews.

It is not known whether the Duke and Duchess of Sussex received replies after reaching out to the King and Princess of Wales.