Royal expert: Repairing Prince Harry and William’s relationship happens in one case


Ingrid Seward, the royal expert, said the torn relationship between Prince Harry and …Prince William “It will never be fixed” unless they break up with their wives, Megan Markle and Kate Middleton.

Ingrid told Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine, that she fears that the damage to the two brothers’ relationship cannot be repaired, especially after Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, decided to move away from royal life with his wife Megan Markle, according to the British Daily Mail.

Beating William
Beating William

Seward, who has followed the royal family’s ordeals for decades, revealed that she believes that just a “terrible tragedy” will be enough to bring the brothers back to the level of closeness they once shared.

She added that Harry’s decision to leave the royal family had “baffled” his grandfather, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who was himself a stranger to the royal family, especially as he welcomed Megan with open arms, and claimed that Prince Philip, 99, was “appalled” by the “shortcomings” of the couple In the Duty of Duty, “after they moved into a $ 14 million mansion in Montecito, and he couldn’t understand their decision.

Robert Lacey, a royal expert, emphasized that the main “challenge” was for the prince William, Duke of Cambridge, would be to strike a balance between remaining true to his principles, while trying to restore the Prince Harry “to be part of the royal family.”

Royal biographer Robert Lacey, author of Battle of Brothers, a new book that examines the rift between Princes William and Harry, said that “everyone wants some kind of reconciliation” between Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, 38, and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, 36, According to the British newspaper Daily Mail.

Speaking to Katie Nicole of Vanity Fair, he said making Prince Harry a part of the foundation once again would be Prince William’s biggest test.

He explained: “The challenge that William faces is if he can, with his commitment to his principles, modernize the institution by making his brother a part of it. This is what everyone wants, a kind of reconciliation.”

In a different context, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, became a patron of two charities to protect wildlife after he assumed the duties of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and the new sponsorship was announced with Fauna & Flora International FFI and the British Ornithological Fund (BTO), according to the British Daily Mail newspaper. .


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