William and Harry: they finally spoke after 18 months of silence, this reconciling subject that they broached

Reconciliations on track, between Prince William and his brother Harry? After 18 months of silence, the two brothers would have finally spoken, on the eve of the tribute that will be paid to their mother Diana this Thursday, July 1 and which they will attend together. As reported by the Daily Mail, the two sons of Prince Charles are said to have exchanged texts after the England football team’s 2-0 victory over Germany in the round of 16 match of the Euro, this Tuesday June 29. A match which was also attended live, at Wembley Stadium, the Duke of Cambridge, in the company of his wife Kate Middleton and his eldest son Prince George. It would therefore seem that the feat of the Three Lions gave an opportunity to the enemy brothers to bury the hatchet by making a small reconciliation, which is meant to be a good sign. If the content of their messages has not been revealed, a source nevertheless explains that even if the tensions were “still far” from being appeased, they are in any case in “the right direction”.

Is a meeting scheduled between Prince Harry and Prince William after the tribute to Diana?

In a few hours, it is together that Harry and William will inaugurate the statue bearing the effigy of their late mother, in the gardens of Kensington Palace. A long-planned event, during which many hope to see a rapprochement between the Duke of Sussex and his elder brother. While the tensions between the two brothers have only intensified since the Megxit, after a timid rapprochement at the funeral of Prince Philip last April, Harry and William should have this time the opportunity to put things at hand. flat once and for all. According to information from the Telegraph, they planned to meet at a private meeting, just after the ceremony. “I was told that Prince Harry had explained to friends that he would like to be reconciled with his brother, and that he is ready to admit to having made certain mistakes,” historian Robert Lacey told the Daily Mail.

Prince Harry and Prince William © Agence

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