Prince Harry and Prince William will unveil the statue of Princess Diana in her honor for her 60th birthday.
The feuding rumors between Prince William and Prince Harry continue to develop these past few months. The speculations even became more apparent following the Sussexes’ recent interview with Oprah.
Amid the assertions, though, the Wales Princes have seemingly refrained from making direct statements about their alleged disputes. Even so, the public is convinced that things have remained unwell between the siblings.
But, a royal expert recently suggested that reconciliation may happen this summer. Page Six released a report on the matter, detailing the source’s statements.
Prince William and Prince Harry’s potential reunion
Speaking to Fox News, Anna Pasternak said that Prince William and Prince Harry will likely “put their differences aside” for Princess Diana. She believes that the rest of the world will witness this come to the potential reunion in July.
As explained, the royal siblings are set to reunite at Kensington Palace for their mother’s 60th birthday. They will unveil a statue in honor of the late royal.
The royal author also noted that the “greatest hope of reconciliation lies in the memory” of the Princess of Wales. She continued that this is what has “united” the siblings and will still do today.
Wales Princes honored Princess Diana on Mother’s Day
The details of the reunion in the United Kingdom remain unconfirmed. But, ahead of Prince Harry’s return, he and Prince William recently paid tribute to Princess Diana during Mother’s Day in the country.
The Daily Express reported that the Cambridges honored the Princess of Wales “with a sweet Instagram post” on the special day. The three young royals made “homemade cards” for their “Granny Diana” and shared them with their fans and followers on the platform.
Meanwhile, a spokesperson reportedly revealed to Finding Freedom author Omid Scobie what the youngest Wales Prince did to honor his mother. As explained, he “arranged” to have flowers at the royal’s grave in Althorp.
Duke of Cambridge urged to “move on”
Amid the talks about the possible reconciliation, journalist Petronella Wyatt has a different opinion. A separate report from the Daily Express said that she “implored” the Duke of Cambridge to “stop reaching out” to the Duke of Sussex.
Writing for The Sun, she urged Prince William to “move on” and put all the debacle behind him. Wyatt even emphasized that “there is nothing in it” for him, adding that “nothing is sacred” to the Sussex couple.
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