Prince William and Prince Harry have seen their relationship heavily scrutinised as reports began to emerge shortly after the Duke of Sussex’s marriage to Meghan Markle about tensions between the two households. Face-to-face contact has been limited since the Duke moved his family to North America in 2020, and he only returned to the UK twice since. Despite speculation about their feud still ongoing, PA royal correspondent Alan Jones insisted William and Harry’s “unbreakable bond” will ultimately push the two brothers to reconcile.
Speaking to True Royalty’s The Royal Beat, Mr Jones said: “I think William has still got a lot of time for Harry. He’s his little brother at the end of the day.
“Even though they haven’t seen eye to eye, I think there is still that brotherly bond, their mother’s death has created this unbreakable tie between them.
“At the end of the day, he will always put his arm around him, whatever he said about the family.”
The Duke of Cambridge was rather curt last year when confronted about Harry and Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey in which they accused an unnamed member of the Royal Family of having questioned their son’s skin colour ahead of his birth.
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But with Prince William due to bring his Earthshot Prize Awards to the United States this year, chances of a reunion between the two brothers are substantial.
Should the pair indeed reunite, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge would become the first members of the Royal Family to meet Lilibet Diana, Harry and Meghan’s ten-month-old daughter.
The Queen and Prince Charles are both believed to have the chance to meet her via video call but as the young child has never left the United States, neither has ever had the chance to see her in person.
And older brother Archie Harrison too has yet to return to the UK since his parents first whisked him off on a six-week break to Canada in November 2019.