Prince Harry and Prince William are expected to reunite at the unveiling of Princess Diana’s statue, but both insist on delivering separate speeches, according to a report.
Prince Harry and Prince William had a friendly reunion at Prince Philip’s funeral last month. They will be reuniting again for the unveiling of their mom’s statue, but they won’t be delivering a joint statement.
Prince Harry and Prince William allegedly insist on separate addresses
Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s sons will be reuniting again this year. They commissioned a statue for the late Princess of Wales and were planning to unveil it in July for her 60th birthday.
However, Prince William and Prince Harry are allegedly still feuding. The Duke of Cambridge was not happy with what the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said and alleged against the royal family during their interview with Oprah Winfrey.
An insider told The Sun that the royal siblings will be doing their best to reunite for the event. In fact, some hope that their mom’s memory can repair their relationship. However, it seemed that they have no plans to even put a united front.
“The brothers will be physically together for the ceremony but want to make their own personal addresses,” the insider said.
“You might have thought they’d go for a joint statement and speech but that’s not the case. Each has insisted on preparing their own.”
Prince William and Harry haven’t forgiven each other completely
Prince Harry and Prince William had a friendly reunion last month when they reunited at the Duke of Edinburgh’s memorial services. Meghan Markle’s husband was seen exiting the chapel with his brother and sister-in-law.
Many were happy with the Duke of Sussex’s pictures with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Prince Harry had been Prince William and Kate Middleton’s third wheel before he met and married Meghan Markle.
Body language experts believed that there was a genuine connection when Prince Harry and Prince William reunited. However, many also believed that it would take more time and effort for them to completely forgive each other.
Harry spoke to his older brother, Prince William when he was in the United Kingdom. In that way, they made progress in their relationship, a source told Us Weekly.
However, the insider believed that it would take much longer for the royal brothers to put their rift behind. “They definitely haven’t reached the stage where all is forgiven, nor have they buried the hatchet,” the source added.
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