KATE, the Duchess of Cambridge helped Prince William and Prince Harry in a bid to repairing the allegedly fractured relationship between the two brothers.
According to multiple reports, William and Harry have grown further apart over the last year. The feud between the two brothers apparently originated over William questioning Harry’s relationship with Meghan Markle. Since then, the rift between the two has increased even more so until Kate gave the pair some advice which has started to repair their relationship.
According to the Daily Mirror, the advice that Kate gave the two brothers led to Meghan and Harry inviting the Cambridges for tea.
William and Kate reportedly spent 30 minutes talking and having tea with Harry and Meghan as they all looked to solve any problems between the two couples.
Key to Kate helping the two brothers was her “strong friendship” with Harry.
“Kate is acutely aware of the importance of William and Harry getting along, not just because of perception but their collective responsibility to the monarchy as a whole.
“Harry has acted as counsel to his brother throughout William and Kate’s more turbulent years, and the three of them had gone on to form the most tremendous partnership.”
Kate and Harry had forged a strong friendship after the pair worked with Harry for the launch of the Royal Foundation and the mental health charity, Heads Together.
William once joked that his relationship with Harry was so close that his brother felt able to raid his Kensington Palace fridge.
Kate Middleton news: The two brothers are experiencing a reportedly serious rift (Image: GETTY)
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Recently, Harry and William showcased their friendship during the Anzac Day commemorations at Westminster Abbey last month.
The warm relations between the pair contrasted with their apparent awkwardness during an Easter Sunday service.
The two brothers stood either side of Zara and Mike Tindall before greeting the Queen.
Away from Harry and William’s relationship, the former is said to be considering plans to carry out charity and conversation projects in Africa, for up to six months at a time.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK