William ‘takes dig’ at Harry in statement ahead of Philip memorial


Prince Harry and Prince William are expected to ‘reunite’ as the two royal brothers are said to share an ‘unbreakable tie’ that is sure to bring them back together despite shortcomings, a royal has claimed, reported Express UK.



Reports of the two princes’ close brotherly bond being tarnished have been going around since Harry’s marriage to Meghan Markle, and reportedly worsened after the Duke of Sussex moved away from the royal family and relocated to US with his wife.



Despite the reports of their rising rift, PA royal correspondent Alan Jones continues to believe that Prince Harry and Prince William’s ‘unbreakable bond’ will ensure a reconciliation.Talking on True Royalty’s The Royal Beat, Jones said: “I think William has still got a lot of time for Harry. He’s his little brother at the end of the day.”



He further shared: “Even though they haven’t seen eye to eye, I think there is still that brotherly bond, their mother’s death has created this unbreakable tie between them.””At the end of the day, he will always put his arm around him, whatever he said about the family,” concluded Jones.

William ‘takes dig’ at Harry in statement ahead of Philip memorial

After concluding his and his wife Kate’s eight-day Caribbean royal tour over the weekend, the Duke of Cambridge released an unprecedented, statement about the future governance of Commonwealth nations. It comes after the tour was marred by a series of protests.



In a closing statement, he said the trip had brought into sharper focus “questions about the past and the future”, before adding: “Catherine and I are committed to service. For us, that’s not telling people what to do. It is about serving and supporting them in whatever way they think best, by using the platform we are lucky to have.”



Royal biographer Angela Levin claims William’s comment about “not telling people what to do” was a “dig” at his brother, who has vocally campaigned for a number of causes since quitting royal duties.



Speaking on Sky News, the author said of William’s comments: “I think he’s right, I think that worked very well to say what he felt without telling people what to do – which I thought was also a dig at his brother.”It comes as the Queen, 95, is “determined” to join members of the Royal Family at Westminster Abbey today for the Duke of Edinburgh’s service of thanksgiving.


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