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William and Harry never reconciled? “It will be like Diana’s death”

Princes Harry and William would do well to be reconciled. For many weeks, between the two brothers, relations would not be very good. The cause: the decision of the younger of the two to distance himself from his royal duties and move to Los Angeles with his wife, Meghan Markle and his son, Archie. Only a rift between the grandchildren of Queen Elizabeth II could be a real trauma for both of them. Indeed, the former journalist and royal expert Robert Lacey, assured that if they do not manage to put an end to their quarrel, it will be a “trauma” similar to the death of their mother, Princess Diana, as the report the Mirror.

In a new book, the former journalist ensures that the rift between Princes Harry and William is much greater than the British monarchy suggests. The rift between them is “worse than you think”, he said. According to him, rather than trying to reconcile the two brothers, the royalty preferred to close their eyes, hoping that the weather will change things in a positive way. Only, the resentments would be too deep and the resentments numerous.

The resentments between princes Harry and William are numerous

“If this breach between the brothers is not healed in one way or another, it will continue with the abdication crisis and the death of Diana as one of the traumas that changed the monarchy,” said again writes the expert in his title work, Battle of brothers. “It is time to change things in a positive direction, but at the moment the Palace is not working in that direction.” Robert Lacey hopes his book will help the monarchy make the right decisions to help the two brothers re-engage.

Princes William and Harry © Agence

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