Prince Harry and Prince William may have rejoined this week at Kensington Palace for the dedication of a statue of their late mother Princess Diana, but royal sources believe they are far from reconciled.
According to Fox News, “despite William and Harry coming together this week for the sole purpose of honouring their mother’s legacy, Harry is very much on the outside.” “They put on a show, did everything they could to ensure the day went off without a hitch, and then said their goodbyes.”
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According to royal insiders, Harry is on the outs because he can’t be trusted.
When he has a juicy nugget, he rushes to the media, and he enjoys spilling the beans to strangers on podcasts in the name of “personal therapy.”
So, why would the Royals reintroduce him to the team? Just to have their dirty laundry or private conversations made public?
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“Today, on what would have been our mother’s 60th birthday, we recall her love, strength, and character — attributes that made her a force for good around the world, touching countless lives for the better,” the brothers remarked to the participants at the small gathering on Thursday.
“Every day, we wish she was still here with us, and our desire is that this statue will be seen as a symbol of her life and legacy for all time,” William and Harry stated.
The statue was commissioned by William and Harry in 2017 in memory of their late mother.
“It has been 20 years since our mother died, and now is the proper time to honor her great impact in the United Kingdom and around the world with a permanent statue,” they stated at the time. “Our mum had such an impact on so many people’s lives. We hope that the statue will inspire visitors to Kensington Palace to think about her life and legacy.”
While the two brothers were the only royals there, Diana’s brother, the Earl Spencer, as well as her sisters, Lady Jane Fellowes and Lady Sarah McCorquodale, were also present.
The statue was created by British artist Ian Rank-Broadley and set in Diana’s favorite site, Kensington Palace’s Sunken Garden.
The occasion was also skipped by Diana’s ex-husband, Prince Charles.
An insider told Vanity Fair, “He finds it really difficult.” “These times have the ability to reopen old scars, and they bring back memories for him; happy, sad, and regretful recollections. He’s felt it’s better to keep those memories to himself after Diana’s passing and leave them to his sons.”