According to a royal analyst, Prince Harry and William’s relationship is still ‘very rocky.’
According to a royal biographer, Prince Harry and Prince William still have a “very strained” relationship.
Since Harry opted to step down as a senior member of the firm in 2020, the Duke of Sussex and the Duke of Cambridge are said to have had a tense relationship. Although the brothers’ friendship has improved since their reunion in July, a royal expert believes the gap will not be totally healed anytime soon.
True Royalty TV’s co-founder and editor-in-chief, Nick Bullen, told Fox News that Harry and William are on the correct track.
“I don’t think we’ll see any resolution between the brothers anytime soon,” Mr Bullen added.
“Everything I’ve heard indicates that things are still challenging for them.
“They’ve obviously spoken with and spent time with their mother’s family.
“That was excellent and a positive step in the right way.
“However, there’s no genuine need for them to reunite publicly until next year’s Jubilee.”
On July 1, the brothers last saw each other when they jointly dedicated a statue of their mother, Princess Diana.
Harry flew in from his Montecito home just days before the ceremony, which would have been Diana’s 60th birthday.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have no plans to see the other members of the Royal Family unless Prince Harry travels to the UK to christen his two-month-old daughter Lilibet.
Mr Bullen went on to say that Prince William and Harry will “carry on” individually.
“I would imagine they know what they should do,” he remarked.
“I believe they will put their differences aside to support the queen.
“I believe that is when we will witness the first true public reconciliation.”