Kate Middleton and Prince William have accepted Prince Harry’s ‘broken’ relationship.


Kate Middleton and Prince William have accepted Prince Harry’s ‘broken’ relationship.

It has been claimed that Prince William and Kate Middleton have “reconciled” their “broken” relationship with his brother, Prince Harry.

This weekend, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as well as other royals, celebrated Kate’s 40th birthday.

Kensington Palace has released new photographs taken at Kew Gardens in November last year to commemorate the occasion.

A stunning image of Kate in a fiery red gown, as well as two black-and-white photographs, are among the images.

The departure of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from the Royal Family, which took place this weekend, was a more contentious milestone for the Royal Family.

It’s been two years since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced their retirement from royal duties.

The couple announced their plans to become “financially independent” while “supporting” the Queen in January 2020.

They relocated to Santa Barbara, California, with their two children, Archie and Lilibet, shortly after their departure.

While it has been a trying time for everyone involved, Andrew Neil, the former veteran BBC journalist and chairman of GB News, claims that Prince William and Kate are now “reconciled” to their “broken” relationship with Harry.

In the recent Channel 5 documentary, ‘2021: The Queen’s Terrible Year,’ the journalist discussed the events.

“I’m pretty sure, based on what I’ve heard, Prince William and Kate are reconciled to the fact that this is broken and can’t be put back together,” he said.

“Not in the near future, at least,” she said, adding that “they need to go their own way, and William and Kate will go their own way.”

Since his return from the United States, Harry has met with William on two occasions.

Once, it was for the funeral of their grandfather, Prince Philip, who died in April 2021 at the age of 99.

Meghan, who was heavily pregnant with her and Harry’s second child, Lilibet, at the time, did not make the trip.

In July, the pair reunited to commemorate Diana, Princess of Wales’s 60th birthday by unveiling a statue of her in Kensington Palace’s Sunken Gardens.

Harry and William were seen talking on both occasions.

According to, the Queen was reportedly affected by media analysis of her grandchildren’s interactions.

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