Harry and William: The princes closer than ever, “there has been effort on both sides”

The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon. The King and Queen consort will stay at Balmoral tonight and return to London tomorrow“: the words were as solemn as they were poignant. On Thursday, September 8, after hours of fearing the worst, the public and the royal family learned of the death of Queen Elizabeth II at the age of 96. Members of the clan rushed to her bedside, too late.Among them, Prince William and Prince Harry, present with Meghan Markle on British territory by the greatest chance.

In the face of mourning, resentments and tensions were put aside. As proof, two days after the queen’s death, Harry, William, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle all four appeared to admire the tributes left by the public in front of the gates of Windsor Castle. This meeting, nobody expected it because of the icy status of the relations that the two brothers now maintain. But out of love for their beloved grandmother, William and Harry managed to put their disagreements aside.

Gayle King, TV host and friend of Meghan Markle, confirmed that this front unit was the result of many efforts on the part of the two princes: “There have been efforts on both sides to make sure everything runs smoothlyshe said on CBS Mornings, whose remarks were reported by Hello. All families go through conflict and crisis.”

As Gayle King points out, no one knows if this improvement will last: “Will they stay close as they have been or will distance drive them apart again? I have no idea, I have no information on it. But one thing is certain: it was good for everyone to find Prince Harry with his family.”

A speech that St├ęphane Bern must approve. HAS Madame Figaro, the companion of Yori Bailleres recalled that in two years, Harry and William had never rubbed shoulders so much. A rapprochement has therefore indeed taken place, according to him: “That’s a fact. They talked to each other, called each other, they saw each other, they had 11 days to do it.“Let’s hope the truce lasts.

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