Prince William and Prince Harry to 'try hard' on anniversary, royal expert says

Prince William and Prince Harry to ‘try hard’ on anniversary, royal expert says

Prince William and Prince Harry “will both make compromises” and “discuss” their differences when they reunite for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebration, a royal expert claims.

  • Prince William, 39, and Prince Harry, 38, are set to reunite for the Queen’s celebration
  • The royal expert said the event would give the brothers a chance to ‘try’
  • Katie Nicholl predicted this could be the moment both men ‘make concessions’
  • The comments came after sources said Harry was hoping to patch things up ahead of the event.

Prince William and Prince Harry are “mulling over” their differences when they reunite for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations this summer, a royal expert has said.

The Duke of Cambridge, 39, and the Duke of Sussex, 38, are said to have barely spoken and had an “incredibly strained” relationship after two years of squabbling over Harry’s wife and her alleged treatment of staff, the couple’s decision to emigrate to America. and the tons of “truth bombs” that the Sussexes dropped on television interviews watched by tens of millions of people around the world.

However, Vanity Fair’s Cathy Nicholl revealed how the brothers will get together for the Queen’s holiday weekend in June.

Speaking to the BirminghamMail, she said the two would be “obliged” to appear next to each other, adding: “Both brothers will have to make concessions. The anniversary should give them more chance to think things over.”

Prince William, 39, and Prince Harry, 38, are 'mulling over' their differences when they reunite for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebration this summer, Vanity Fair's Katie Nicholl said.

Prince William, 39, and Prince Harry, 38, are ‘mulling over’ their differences when they reunite for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebration this summer, Vanity Fair’s Katie Nicholl said.

Relations between the two have been strained in recent years, but sources recently claimed that Prince Harry was hoping to be “back in action” by the anniversary.

He is expected to return to the UK for his Platinum Anniversary celebrations when the country enjoys a four-day holiday from 2 to 5 June.

It is not known if 40-year-old Meghan Markle and their two-year-old Archie and eight-month-old Lilibet will join him.

The royal family is said to have reached out to their father for “friendly chats” and hope to visit the UK later this year.

The Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex have said they are

The Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex have said they are “obliged” to appear next to each other at the Queen’s celebration and “make concessions” (pictured in 2018).

An insider said: “There’s been a definite thaw between Harry and Charles. They are in a much better relationship, they had friendly chats and video calls.”

It was suggested to Harry that he might live to regret lingering family bitterness, and he took note of it.

“There is a feeling that he is returning to the ranks and wants to be closer to his family,” a source told the Sun.

This is because Harry’s refusal to return without a substantial level of security from the police is said to have put the reunion in doubt.

Prince Harry has faced outrage over his threat of legal action against Her Majesty’s government.

He seeks a judicial review of the decision to deprive him of protection from the British police, arguing that it is too dangerous to visit him without the bodyguards of Scotland Yard.

The former head of royal protection has warned that the royal “cannot choose” when he wants to visit the UK and receive protection.

Sources recently said that Prince Harry hopes to return for the anniversary, but it is not known if the Duchess will join him.

Sources recently said that Prince Harry hopes to return for the anniversary, but it is not known if the Duchess will join him.

Dai Davies noted that Princess Anne was almost kidnapped and her security officer was shot, but she does not receive permanent protection.

His comments came as sources suggested the Queen would not assist her grandson in his demand for security officers when he arrived in the UK.

Insiders said the monarch does not intend to “give in to his demands” for protection from the Home Office and the Home Office.

A source told the Mirror last month: “The Prince of Wales is saddened that he hasn’t had the opportunity to spend time with his grandchildren, whom he truly misses.”

“He’s a fantastic grandpa and really enjoys playing the part and it’s certainly fair to say that he feels like he’s missing something in life without the chance to get to know Harry’s kids.”

“This is something he hopes to fix, which is why he has made a sign to Harry, Meghan and the kids to stay with him if they want, whenever they can come home for a while.

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