Prince Harry stirred questions about whether or not he will end his rift with Prince William after Princess Diana’s statue unveiling.
This week, Prince Harry and Prince William will spearhead the event to celebrate Princess Diana’s supposed 60th birthday. This includes the unveiling of the statue they commissioned years ago.
Their reunion made people raise their eyebrows, as the brothers’ feud might outshine the event for the royal princess. But at the same time, royal watchers started asking whether the engagement would give way to their reconciliation.
Despite people’s wishes, one royal expert said that the feud might continue since the royals need a “long time to heal.”
Prince Harry, Prince William NOT reconciling
Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams shared his thoughts to Express UK, revealing whether the unveiling would help them heal the wounds.
“The answer is that, we don’t know,” he said. “However, since Meghan isn’t attending and considering that after his visit for Prince Philip’s funeral, Harry gave damaging interviews, I would say it will take time. Maybe a long time.”
In addition, a lot of things – mostly negative – happened ever since the brothers bought the new statue of their late mother. Unfortunately, the number of dramas caused their rift to become worse.
According to Fitzwilliams, Prince Harry and Prince William planned the unveiling a long time ago. Despite focusing on the event, the world will, reportedly, have its eyes on the brothers due to the deep royal rift.
For what it’s worth, rumors surrounded them even more. Old issues also came back, including the breakup of the “Fab Four” and Archie’s title.
Questions about the truth of the allegations that Meghan Markle bullied Palace staff also emerged.
“It is one thing arguing over what happened in the past, who cried at Charlotte’s bridesmaid’s dress fitting, did they not want financial independence even though they said they did, etc.,” he went on.
Duke and Duchess of Sussex Unpredictable?
In the same interview, Fitzwilliams said that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s recent interactions are unpredictable.
For instance, they named their daughter Lilibet after Queen Elizabeth II despite the fact that they slammed the monarchy during their tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey.
On Prince Harry’s part, he sees his interviews as a form of therapy since he, reportedly, found himself already.
Meanwhile, a recent poll conducted by the website said that the couple’s move ultimately damaged the monarchy. But in return, they earned huge support in the U.S. where they currently reside.