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Prince William and Prince Harry's dispute 'hard to bear' for the Queen

Queen took a close interest in their upbringing following the loss of their mother, says royal expert

By Web Desk
December 03, 2021
Prince William and Prince Harrys dispute hard to bear for the Queen
Prince William and Prince Harry's dispute 'hard to bear' for the Queen

Queen Elizabeth II is heartbroken over distance between Prince William and Prince Harry, says royal expert.

Journalist Emily Nash in her recent interview for Channel 5 documentary 2021: The Queen’s Terrible Year, revealed that the Queen is deeply hurt by the feud between her grandsons and wants to see her family together

“The Queen made it clear in her statement in response to the Oprah interview that Harry and Megan remained much loved members of the family," said Nash.

She continued, "And it's clear that, you know, the falling out between the brothers in particular will be very hard for her to bear. Particularly given that she took a close interest in their upbringing following the loss of their mother."

"You know, these are two brothers who have been inseparable for many years. And it's incredibly sad to see things end the way they have," Nash added.

Prince William and Prince Harry's frosty relationship began ever since the younger sibling announced engagement to Meghan Markle. Harry's 2021 interview with Oprah Winfrey only widened the rift between the royal brothers.

Harry and William have only met twice since the Sussexes decided to take a back seat on their royal duties in 2020. The brothers met at the funeral of Prince Philip and at an unveiling of a statue of their late mother Princess Diana.