Fern Britton paid a poignant tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away "peacefully" at her private residence in Balmoral on September 8.The Queen's death has made her son Charles the new King and his wife Camilla the Queen Consort, as he ascended to the throne immediately upon her passing.Charles' relationship with his youngest son Harry has been notably strained in recent years, with tensions said to be reaching an all-time high after his interview with Oprah, where his wife Meghan Markle made a number of allegations against the Royal Family.READ MORE: Fern Britton 'looks back and laughs' at Phil Vickery marriage and rules out new husbandTaking to social media, Fern said in her tribute: "I truly hope that some reconciliation between The king and his sons may now begin."They are a family between mourning and moving forward, but there is always time to reconnect.
Now is the hour."In a follow-up tweet, Fern shared a picture of Harry and William while they were young boys, penning: "Prince William as little boys.
The sons of a King."Fern's fans quickly took to the post to share their agreement, as many said they hoped the family would be able to build bridges following the Queen's death.One wrote: "I hope so too, Fern.Read more on dailystar.co.uk