Harry and William bury the hatchet. As recounted by royal expert Katie Nicholl, the two brothers have been trading regularly since the end of last year, but nothing will ever be the same again…
The time has finally come for reconciliation! Angry for several years, Prince Harry and Prince William have been getting closer during the Christmas holidays. The children of Lady Di and Prince Charles, who had grown a little further apart after the Sussex family withdrew from their duties as senior members of the royal family, decided to move on, but just as before, nothing will ever be the same again. Royal expert Katie Nicholl gave Entertainment Tonight an update on the situation.
“There were phone and video calls over the Christmas and New Year holidays and Sussex sent gifts to the Cambridges and vice versa,” she told the website. It must be said that after a busy and chaotic year, mainly due to the coronavirus health crisis, it was important for William and Harry to put aside tensions.
“Things are much better between them, especially compared to the situation a year ago,” she admitted. She added: “They talk to each other quite regularly, but I doubt they’ll ever get back to the complicity of yesteryear”.
And for good reason, their lives are totally different. Prince William has great responsibilities as the future King of England, while Harry lives in California with his wife Meghan Markle and their son Archie. The financially independent couple have a string of collaborations, from Netflix to Spotify.
Harry talks a lot with his brother… and his grandmother!
As Katie Nicholl tells us, Harry talks “regularly” with his brother, all the while coping with the time difference between London and California, but is still very close to Queen Elizabeth II. “For the past year, the Queen has kept in touch with Harry and Meghan.
She knows what’s going on in their lives, they discuss their plans with her,” she said. “Harry has always seen his grandmother as a mentor and although he may be in Los Angeles, that hasn’t changed.”
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