The crowd seems to be relaxed by the reunion of the Royal brothers at their grandfather’s funeral. The reunion resolved a lot of issues for sure. But the tension worsened between Prince Harry and Prince William. And the words came from a close pal of the siblings.
Meghan Markle And The Grudges
In the documentary Harry and Meghan: An African Journey, some of the crucial questions have been asked. Tom Bradt asked Meghan Markle on ITV if she was doing okay. The reply from the Duchess revealed an unhealed rift between Harry and William. Tom Bradby shared his views with the UK’s The times on Saturday. He said that the feud between the brothers was a straightforward thing as they never really got a scope to argue. He quoted, “And then it just slowly descended into something that was difficult-personally and publicly-really over a past year and a half.” Though Brady believes that the siblings talking after Prince Philip’s funeral was a good sign.
The View of Robert Jobson
The Royal Expert, Robert Jobson, presented an angle to the discussion. He seems to be agreeing with the views of Tom Bradby. He told the Us Weekly earlier this month, “I do think they did actually talk.” Jobson said that the brothers are taking baby steps towards mending their relationship with each other. Robert Jobson is the author of the forthcoming book Prince Philip’s century 1921-2021: The extraordinary life of Prince of Edinburgh.
What did Prince Harry have to say?
The Prince was found addressing the rift between him and his brother earlier. During a tell-all interview on CBS in March, Prince Harry said, “the relationship is ‘space’ at the moment.” Harry admitted that he loves Prince William to bits. We know that the siblings have been together through hell and yet they share a different path now. Meghan and Harry also talked about the life with Royals after stepping away from senior duties. Prince Harry even exclaimed that his brother is trapped in the system. The Duke of Cambridge did not seem to like the comments. The rift deepened due to some of the casual words.