Despite the expected opportunity for reconciliation that the death of Queen Elizabeth II would bring about between Prince William and Prince Harry, they do not appear to be each other’s primary sources of solace amid such emotional turmoil. According to US Weekly’s source, William and Harry barely spoke to each other upon their return to Balmoral after the death of their beloved grandmother.
It continued, “While the brothers are preserving civility and acting like adults as they mourn The Queen’s demise, they have by no means turned the page and made peace,” the insider revealed. William and Harry got engaged, sort of, at Balmoral. Everything is so dark and foreboding. Unlike his brother, Prince William, who travelled to Balmoral with his uncles and their wives after the 96-year-old monarch’s death was revealed by Buckingham Palace, Prince Harry travelled to the Scottish estate alone.
Even if the feud between Prince William and Prince Harry continues, at least one royal seems willing to reach out to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. In his speech to the British people, King Charles III made special mention of Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan Markle, saying, “I want to also extend my support for Harry and Meghan as they continue to create their life overseas.”
As if that weren’t enough, King Charles III also bestowed upon Prince William and Kate Middleton the titles of Prince and Princess of Wales, respectively: “Today, I’m happy to entitle him Prince of Wales, Tywysog Cymru, a title I’ve had the honour of holding for a significant portion of my life and service. I have no doubt that, with Catherine at his side, our new Prince and Princess of Wales will continue to inspire and influence our national conversation, bringing the plight of the underdog to the forefront where much-needed aid may be given.