Princes William and Harry are having a “weekly video call” and are “very back in terms of their old friends” ahead of the Queen’s Jubilee reunion, sources say
- William and Harry rift said to be ‘healed’ ahead of Queen’s Jubilee
- The Duke of Cambridge has left the UK from Harry to ‘move on’, a source says
- Said the brothers had been connected to WhatsApp messages and FaceTime calls
Prince William and Prince Harry are working to improve their connection through regular video calls and messages and are “very back to their old partnership”, a source said.
Tensions between the brothers have passed since the 37-year-old Duke of Sussex moved to California and resigned from the royal family, as they are now in regular contact with their respective children, a person familiar with the matter explained.
sources told Mirror Harry and William live one-on-one without a wife.
They said: “The brothers need time to settle down. The family, including William, are disappointed with the way Harry and Meghan have chosen to leave the royal family.
“But there’s a strong sense now that what happened is over and they’ve moved on… It looks like the two of them have healed the rift and are back to being their old buddies.”
Prince Harry and Prince William (pictured with their wives in March 2020) have “healed” their rift through WhatsApp messages and FaceTime calls, a source claims
An insider has explained the tension between the two brothers (pictured) since the Duke of Sussex, 37, moved to California and resigned from the royal family, as they are now in regular contact with their respective children
The source explained that Harry and William exchanged WhatsApp messages every few days and included their children in FaceTime calls.
However, Meghan and Kate, 40, were not involved in the video call as they were giving their husband time to bond.
According to sources, William sees Meghan as a “good mother and devoted wife” to his brother.
The source added: “Meghan’s distance from Kate also helps ease friction in their betting.”
The Duchess of Cambridge allegedly made Meghan cry in a bridesmaid dress for her 2018 wedding.
Harry and William (pictured) are one-on-one without a wife, sources say
They have not spoken since the Duchess of Sussex stepped down from royal duties two years ago, and the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee will be their first reunion.
Rumors of a feud between Prince Harry and Prince William emerged in 2019, when the brothers split after a series of disagreements over the role of Prince Harry.
It has also been claimed that Harry was upset when William advised him not to rush into marrying “the girl”, which the younger brother saw as a disdain for Meghan.
After the infamous “Sandringham summit” – when the Megxit deal was finalised – William and Harry went for a walk to clean the air. However, they reportedly did not part ways as friends.
Meghan and Harry are reportedly expected to fly to England this week with their baby Archie, three and 11-month-old Lilibet.
The couple’s return to London is their first trip to the UK with their children and is expected to head straight to Frogmore upon arrival.
Harry and Meghan tell the Queen they will keep a low profile during next weekend’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations with the whole family
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have told the Queen they will keep a low profile during next weekend’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations and will only attend official meetings after the monarch “orders the family together” and “no drama” to cover up the incident Activity.
Harry and Meghan will reportedly attend the Thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday, June 3, following the military parade on Thursday, June 2, but will not be on the balcony of Buckingham Palace with senior royals.
Harry and Meghan are also faced with the dilemma of how to celebrate the birthday of their little girl, who will turn one year old on Saturday 4 June.
A source told The Sun: “Harry and Meghan wanted to celebrate Lilibet’s birthday with their family. But Saturday’s diary was full. A one-year-old doesn’t have much wiggle room at a birthday party.