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Prince William reportedly sees no chance of improving his relationship with Prince Harry

January 16, 2023

After the explosive revelations made by Prince Harry in his memoir Spare, Prince William has reportedly accepted that he has no chance to mend his relationship with his younger brother. Although there are rumors that her father, King Charles III, is trying to mend their relationship, Kate Middleton’s husband seems hopeless in this regard.

A royal insider has claimed Prince William has already come to terms with the fact that he may have lost his little brother after the memoir was published. So, is there still a chance for the two to reconnect?

Meghan Markle’s husband has repeatedly attacked the Prince of Wales, accusing him of undermining his public post and not accepting his wife since they began their romance, he said express. The royal source said the future king was horrified by all of this and didn’t even recognize his sibling.

The 40-year-old wanted to believe that there was still a chance for peace in the future, but that was difficult in this situation. The fact that the younger prince was so rude and abusive towards him, Kate Middleton, King Charles and the monarchy itself is just appalling.

However, Prince William reportedly didn’t see how Prince Harry could now return to the fold in any way. Another insider revealed UsWeeklythat he has no plans to speak to the ex-Senior Royal as he has already lost his younger brother.

The two princes’ relationship was already icy before the Sussexes confirmed their plans to step down from senior royal roles. Their feud became even more apparent in early 2019 when they announced their household would no longer be working with Prince William and Kate Middleton’s team at Kensington Palace.

After a year, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced their decision to step down from the Royal Foundation they co-founded with the Duke of Cornwall to start their own organisation, Sussex Royal.

Prince Harry later confirmed the rumors of his rocky relationship with Prince William when he told Tom Bradby in an interview that they were on different paths. At the time, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced a six-week sabbatical from royal service after returning from their South African tour to spend time with their son Archie.

The couple then had a temporary home on Vancouver Island to spend Christmas away from the royal family. King Charles reportedly wanted to bridge the rift between his sons during his coronation to have a national and global celebration, not a circus, and was aiming for peace talks in the coming weeks.