Wednesday, September 21, 2022
Prince Harry appeared to reunite with his brother Prince William in the UK after Queen Elizabeth’s death, but royal insiders believe that a permanent reconciliation is not on the cards, as per Mirror UK.
The Duke of Sussex and Prince of Wales put up a united front along with their wives Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton after the death of the Queen, even stepping out together to meet mourners at one point, despite claims of a longstanding feud between them.
The brothers also walked side by side at two different processions behind the Queen’s coffin, but royal aides aren’t convinced.
One insider shared: “The family continue to be in mourning and are now finally being allowed to grieve for the Queen away from the gaze of millions. However, any talk of a truce between the Prince and the Duke would only be temporary.”
“There is still a serious amount of distrust in the air and there hasn’t been any cause for that to change. The feeling is very much that there is little point in pursuing a repair in relations until all the cards are on the table,” the same source added.
This comes as plans to publish Prince Harry’s tell-all memoir later this year seem to still be in full swing, albeit with a little delay, and sources claim that King Charles and Prince William remain ‘increasingly uneasy’ about the book’s content.