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Web Desk
June 21, 2021

What Princess Diana would have thought about Harry's dispute with William

Web Desk
Mon, Jun 21, 2021

 Princess Diana instilled in Harry, William a belief in themselves and the importance of supporting each other

Princess Diana's only wish was to see his two son, Prince Harry and Prince William, standing with each other through thick and thin. 

About the duo's fallout, the Princess of Wales would have been devastated, according to Express UK's Michael Cole.

Diana 'always found great comfort in the thought that Prince William and Prince Harry would always be there to support each other, come what may, against whatever slings and arrows fate decreed,' he said.

Writing on what Diana would have thought about the ordeal, Cole added, "The bitterness of the divisions that have opened up between the brothers, once so close, would have shocked her because she brought them up to love each other.

"She instilled in them a belief in themselves and the importance of supporting each other," he shared.

Cole went on to say that Princess Diana's memorial unveiling might not bridge the gap between Harry and William.

"The unveiling should have been an occasion to celebrate a wonderful person and a remarkable life, cruelly cut short at the age of 36 when Diana was on the brink of a new and exciting period during which, to my certain knowledge, she intended to extend the good work she had already achieved in new, surprising and inspiring ways," he wrote.