Prince Harry will definitely be attending Princess Diana tribute along with Prince William.
A tension between Prince Harry and his brother Prince William has existed for quite some time now. The two reportedly tried to repair their relationship when Harry visited the U.K. following the death of his grandfather, Prince Philip.
Things may have not been entirely patched up yet, Harry and William are slated to reunite in July, according to a palace insider. A palace source told the New York Post’s Page Six that the brothers will come together again on July 1 for the unveiling of a statue of their mother, Princess Diana, at Kensington Palace.
The unveiling is taking place on a date that would have been Diana’s 60th birthday. “No one is going to tell Harry not to come, but how does he face his family?” the source said.
Aside from making some shocking claims about his family in the interview with Winfrey, Harry accused his father of passing down “pain and suffering” during a recent podcast appearance.
“Harry’s still coming, we’re told, but how will it all go down?” the insider confirmed. “Will he just turn up on the day without having seen them beforehand?”
Another source said things were going from bad to worse between Harry and William.
“Things between Harry and William have been terrible since Megxit, then Harry and Meghan gave that nuclear Oprah [Winfrey] interview, and now Harry has spoken out again,” the source said. “It’s just one thing after the other.”
Moreover, the outlet suggests the status of the upcoming event depends on when Meghan gives birth to their daughter. The baby is said to be due very soon.
Those in the palace are not pleased about Harry’s public statements, with another source telling the outlet that it is getting “so tiring.”
“Stop whining about how awful your privileged upbringing was … and stop using your title if you are so miserable about being royal,” the source said.
“We really should start calling him Henry Wales,” another joked.