Royal POLL: Should Prince William and Harry finally resolve feud at Diana event? VOTE


    Vote in our poll on whether the Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex should put the feud behind them for the event in honour of their late mother. And let us know more about what you think in the comments section.

    Our poll comes as William and Harry will reunite in public for only the second time since Megxit for the statue unveiling at Kensington Palace on July 1.

    The event will take place in the palace’s Sunken Garden on what would have been Diana’s 60th birthday.

    But much attention has been on the brothers who have been at the centre of an ongoing rift.

    Harry, who is living in California with Meghan Markle after quitting royal duties last year, returned to the UK for the first time since Megxit for Prince Philip’s funeral in April.

    His trip came weeks after his and Meghan’s controversial Oprah Winfrey interview, which saw them make a set of damaging claims about the Royal Family.

    And Harry made further explosive comments about his family in May in a podcast appearance and on his Apple TV documentary series.

    Respected royal biographer Robert Lacey was asked if the siblings will repair their rift during an interview on Good Morning Britain earlier this week.

    Mr Lacey said: “I think we will, we have something coming up on July 1.

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    “Because otherwise if they just appear together in public in front of the statue and there’s nothing more I think we will rightly conclude that it is a superficial gesture.”

    Harry was spotted arriving at Los Angeles International Airport on Thursday evening for his flight to Britain.

    He is expected to stay at his and Meghan’s former Windsor home Frogmore Cottage.

    The brothers have reportedly been forced to scale back the statue unveiling due to Covid rules.

    The siblings and the Spencer family will be among a handful of guests at the event, according to the Daily Mail.

    They had been planning to invite more than 100 of Diana’s friends, former staff and supporters to the ceremony.


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