A long time ago, before there was strife between two brothers, Prince William and Prince Harry had jointly commissioned a statute of their mother Princess Diana on her 60th birthday. The statute is scheduled to be unveiled in Kensington Palace Gardens in South London and the brothers will reportedly put their differences aside, temporarily at least.
Royal biographers have said that the two brothers have been communicating minimally by text. They will walk together and unveil the statue of their mother Diana, Princess of Wales on July 1, which would have been her sixtieth birthday. Then they will speak on the occasion, individually.
The last time the boys were together was when they attended the funeral of their grandfather Prince Philip, the Duke of Wellington and husband of Queen Elizabeth II. They had barely spoken to each other on that day according to reports. After the meeting they haven’t spoken to each other, according to sources.
According to a source who spoke to The Sun, their relationship is still strained. There are no signs of reconciliation any time soon. The brothers had fallen apart after Prince Harry appeared on Oprah and spoke out against his royal family, while supporting his wife, Megan Markle.
Prince Harry and Megan Markle had thrown quite a few bombshells in their interview, some of which proved to be true while others were false. There were charges of racism as a royal family member allegedly commented on the color of their child. Markle had also mentioned feeling suicidal and not getting the required help from the family.
The palace has also begun an investigation into claims that the Megan, the Duchess of Sussex had bullied staff when she lived at the palace. The Sussexes vehemently denied the charges. The results of the investigation that has been undertaken by an external legal firm were to be published this week in the Sovereign Grant report.
The Times reported that the results of the investigation could be published next year. When asked for comment Buckingham Palace refused to comment.
Whatever the future holds no one knows. However, the statue of a mother will bring together her two estranged sons briefly when Prince William and Prince Harry will unveil their mother Princess Diana’s statue in the grounds of Kensington Palace on July 1, the sixtieth birthday of the late beloved Princess of Wales.