Royal biographers have said that Prince William and Harry will put their differences aside to attend the unveiling of a new statue of their mother next month after communicating with minimal texts.
The unveiling of a new statue of Diana, the Princess of Wales, could help thaw frosty relations between her sons who are both due to be at the July 1 ceremony in the gardens of Kensington Palace.
The princes will walk together to unveil the statue they commissioned to mark what would have been their mother’s 60th birthday before giving their speeches.
Sources claim that it will be the first time the pair reunite since Prince Philip’s funeral in April. The pair have failed to reconcile since the Harry bombshell interview with Ophrah Winfrey in March.
A source told a news outlet that Harry and William have only communicated by text since the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral, but there have not been any personal chats or proper talks, only a very brief and minimal exchange of text messages, and it was said that the relationship was still pretty much difficult and there was no indication yet that there will be any kind of coming together any time soon.
And a news outlet reported that the news comes as it was revealed that Buckingham Palace could delay publishing the results of its inquiry into allegations that the Duchess of Sussex browbeat royal staff until next year.
A senior Palace aide had accused Meghan of unacceptable conduct towards two personal assistants and undermining the confidence of a third, claims the Sussex’s have robustly dismissed as lies.
The palace brought in an external independent legal firm to carry out the inquiry which has been underway for three months and was due to be published in the annual Sovereign Grant report this week, but Buckingham Palace refused to comment.
Omid Scobie, a journalist and writer whose 2020 book ‘Finding Freedom’ covers Harry and Meghan’s marriage and move to the United States, said he expects the unveiling of the statue will demonstrate that both of them can be polite and considerate when it comes to remembering the life of their mother, despite their differences.
The once close brothers, who studied together at Britain’s elite Eton school, and both served in the military, have become distant since Harry’s marriage to Meghan and the couple’s move to California.
But it’s not like the two brothers are at loggerheads, and they will show solidarity on the day, it’s their mother, and nothing will change that, and who cares – it’s a public-funded soap opera and an embarrassment to the country.
However, this is important to both of the brothers, and it should be respected whatever their story – it might even unite them again, like these things often do, and their wives should back off on this one because this will be a pretty emotional moment and it’s not their moment.
The fact is two brothers not talking, it happens in numerous families, but the Royal Family must be one of the most attention-seeking family’s of the lot, but because they’re the most high profile family in the land, they seem to attract the most attention.
Princess Diana would have been heart sore about all of this, and perhaps Harry and Meghan were badly informed all along the way, that’s if their grievances are justified, you shouldn’t bring your family down to outsiders, let alone the world, people just don’t respect that, and the only ones that profit from the estrangement are the so-called friends, lawyers and hangers-on.