According to a royal analyst, Prince William is not prioritizing Harry’s reconciliation.
Prince William, according to a royal expert, is not prioritizing Harry’s reunion.
According to a royal expert, Prince William isn’t prioritizing trying to “make amends with Prince Harry,” and a fast reunion is unlikely.
Tensions between Harry and William have risen in recent years, especially when the Sussexes resigned from their prominent royal jobs in 2020.
Harry stated that William felt “trapped” within the royal system during an appearance with Oprah Winfrey on CBS in March.
In an interview with the Sunday Times magazine, a “close friend” of William reacted, calling the comment “way off the mark.”
The brothers are at “different stages” of their lives, according to Kinsey Schofield, the publisher of the Los Angeles-based royal website “To Di For Daily.”
“I am still not sure that a reunion is on the horizon,” she told the Daily Mirror.
She went on to say, “It looks that Prince William is focused with sustaining his family through death and controversy, whereas Prince Harry appears to be preoccupied with financially rewarding ventures.”
“While you’re still gathering up the pieces, it’s difficult to see past some of the recent discoveries,” William remarked. On April 17, William and Harry were reunited for the first time since the Sussexes travelled to California for Prince Philip’s burial.
The brothers were seen conversing to each other inside Windsor Castle’s St George’s Chapel after the service.
On July 1, the Dukes unveiled a statue of Princess Diana in the Kensington Palace gardens.
Due to coronavirus concerns, Harry was quarantined at Frogmore Cottage for many days ahead to the event.
Ms. Winfrey’s interview with the Sussexes caused a sensation when it first aired in March.
Prior to Archie’s birth, Meghan said that the Royal Family had “concerns and arguments” over his skin tone.
She said, “That was relayed to me by Harry.”
“Those were chats his family had with him,” Harry stated, adding, “I am never going to share that conversation.”
“It was embarrassing at the time, and I was a little taken aback.” As a result, Buckingham Palace issued a rare statement on behalf of the Queen.
It expressed sympathy for Meghan’s plight, but warned that “some recollections of the events recorded may differ.”
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